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Orioles prospect Michael Baumann throws no-hitter for Double-A Bowie

Michael Baumann, stands in the dugout during player instructions prior to the start of the game against Harrisburg. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams / Capital Gazette)
Michael Baumann, pitching during game against Harrisburg. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams / Capital Gazette)
Michael Baumann, pitching during game against Harrisburg. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams / Capital Gazette)
Michael Baumann, bottom of the 8th inning in the Baysox dugout. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams)
Final pitch to end the game with a no-hitter. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams)
Michael Baumann, celebrats after pitching a no-hitter. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams / Capital Gazette)
Michael Baumann, gets a hug from his Catcher Carlos Perez, after pitching a no-hitter. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams / Capital Gazette)
Michael Baumann, is congratulated by his teammates after pitching a no-hitter.. Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann took his dominance since joining Double-A Bowie to a new level Tuesday night with the third no-hitter in Baysox history. He mowed down Harrisburg on 95 pitches to solidify what’s been one of the most significant leaps any pitcher in the farm system has made this season. (Terrance Williams / Capital Gazette)
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