he Reds didn’t waste any time in wrapping up Tuesday’s suspended game. They won it 1-0 on Jay Bruce’s walk-off RBI.

Philadelphia right-hander Phillippe Aumont gave up a single to Zack Cozart. He walked Joey Votto. Brandon Phillips reached with a looping flyball to center. It went off Ben Revere’s glove for the an error.

That loaded the bases.

Bruce lined the first pitch he saw into right to win it.

It took all of nine minutes.

Not only did Homer Bailey get a no decision on Tuesday night against the Phillies, so too did the Reds. Tuesday’s game was postponed in the middle of the ninth inning with a 0-0 score. The conclusion of the game will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday with Zack Cozart, Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips due up for the Reds.

Bailey allowed just two hits -- and faced just one batter over the minimum -- in his eight innings of work, striking out 10 batters, tying a career-high. Meanwhile, the Reds offense had just as little luck against Phillies starter Kyle Kendrick, who allowed just two hits in seven innings of work.

“We can build off of that. We didn’t waste it -- Homer saved my bullpen,” Reds manager Dusty Baker said. “It’s great for his confidence, and ours too, to see him pitch so well. It would have been wasted if he’d lost it. We were trying to do everything we could to score.”