A no-hitter thrown in baseball, a former Gator looks for NBA work and more in our Wednesday Sports News and Notes…
** Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey throws the second no-hitter of his career Tuesday at home as the Reds beat the San Francisco Giants.
** In other MLB action, Atlanta gets a season high 16 hits in ripping Miami 11-3 and Tampa Bay pitcher David Price comes back from injury to help his team down Houston 8-0.
** Former Gator guard Kenny Boynton has been invited to play for the summer league team of the Los Angeles Lakers; he’ll begin play later this month.
** Gator coach Billy Donovan remains unbeaten as the coach of the USA Under 19 team he is coaching; Team USA beat Australia 94-51 on Tuesday and it will play Serbia today.
** The women’s semifinals at Wimbledon are now set and they will be set for the men after quarterfinal play today.
** Reports are surfacing that Aaron Hernandez may now be investigated for a possible involvement in a double homicide in 2012 in Boston. He has not been charged however in that case.