Found July 12, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
Your browser does not support iframes. Reds right-hander Homer Bailey is a popular man these days after being responsible for the league's last two no-hitters. The Texas native joined MLB.com to take part in their "Chatting Cage" segment, which allowed fans to interact with the star as he fielded their questions. The end result is a near 12-minute interview touching topics everywhere from his teammates' reactions toward his recent no-hitter to his striking resemblance to actor Christian Bale.
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