The correct statement is this. If the Fatou set $F(f)$ of an ENTIRE function has a multiply connected
component, then all components of $F(f)$ are bounded. The idea of the proof is the following.
Let $D$ be a multiply connected component. Then Maximum Principle implies that that the iterates
tend to infinity in $D$, and if $\gamma$ is a non-trivial closed curve in $D$ then the index
of the image of $\gamma$ under the iterates of $f$ tends to infinity.
This implies that all other components (except $D$ itself) must be bounded.
It remains to prove that $D$ is bounded.
Here one uses Baker's theorem that an invariant component of $F(f)$ must be simply connected.
This implies that $D$ must be wandering, that is some images of $\gamma$ "surround" $D$,
so $D$ is bounded.

Baker's theorem that I refer to is published in the Finnish Annals in 1975.
But his proof is reproduced in the survey of Eremenko and Lyubich, as theorem 4.3.
The survey is available on Internet:
http://www.math.purdue.edu/~eremenko/dvi/AAsurveyp3.pdf
(This is the third part. For parts 1-2 replace the 3 in the address by 1 or 2.)

P.S. It is hard to believe that the Finnish Annals are not available in some university
library in China.