The last two major league no-hitters now belong to Homer Bailey.

The Cincinnati Reds' right-hander, who threw Major League Baseball's last no-hitter on September 28, 2012, pitched another one Tuesday night when he allowed just one baserunner in dominating the San Francisco Giants at Great American Ball Park.

The Reds won the game, 3-0.

Bailey was perfect until issuing a lead-off walk to San Francisco's Gregor Blanco in the seventh inning. Later in the inning, Reds first baseman Joey Votto fielded a groundball and, with first base uncovered, threw to third base for a fielder's choice of Blanco to keep the no-hit bid alive. Bailey followed up with a 1-2-3 eighth inning. Cincinnati leads San Francisco, 3-0, after a two-run home run by Brandon Phillips in the sixth.

The 27-year-old Bailey struck out nine and threw just 109 pitches in improving his record to 5-6.

He's just the fourth active pitcher - along with Roy Halladay, Justin Verlander and Mark Buehrle - with two no-hitters.