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This slide could be endless with famous pitching moments for the Cincinnati Reds. However, there are few that stick out and should be mentioned.
Tom Seaver’s No-Hitter (6/16/1978)
The Cincinnati Reds have never had a pitcher win the Cy Young Award while in a Reds uniform.
The closest chance was with Tom Seaver in 1981 when he finished second in voting. Seaver, however, won the award three times with the New York Mets before being traded to the Reds in 1977.
Seaver never recorded a no-hitter with the Mets, but did take two no-hitters into the ninth inning before being broken.
Seaver walked three and struck out three in his only no-hitter as a Red. Half of the St. Louis Cardinals batters faced that day grounded out and only one pop-up was recorded.
Aroldis Chapman 105.1 MPH Fastball (9/24/2010)
According to pitch FX, Aroldis Chapman has the fastest pitch ever recorded in the MLB at 105.1 mph.
It came on an inside fastball against the San Diego Padres' Tony Gwynn. He later struck out in the at-bat on a 102 mph fastball. Chapman easily becomes the fastest Reds pitcher in team history.
Homer Bailey No-Hitter (9/28/2012)
While there have been 15 no-hitters in Reds history, Homer Bailey broke the longest drought between them. It took 24 years for the Reds to see another no-no when Bailey threw his gem in 2012.
He threw 115 pitches against the Pittsburgh Pirates with a career-high 10 strikeouts in the game. He only walked one batter the entire night.
Bailey pitched one more four-inning game before starting the playoffs.
Bailey could easily be on this list again for his 2012 Game 3 NLDS performance.
Not only did he take a postseason no-hitter into the sixth inning, but he also broke the Reds record for most strikeouts in a postseason game with 10 punch-outs.