PAWTUCKET -- Red Sox reliever Andrew Bailey, pitching in the second of back-to-back games for the first time since he started his rehab assignment, worked mostly in the low-90s but touched 94 mph while showing his fastball, curve, cutter and split over a scoreless inning for Triple-A Pawtucket. Bailey punched out two while working around an opposite field single.
Thursday afternoon's outing followed a 1-2-3 outing that included a strikeout on Wednesday. Bailey, in his return from thumb surgery, has now allowed one run in five innings at three levels of his rehab assignment. He has nine strikeouts and one walk.
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