Orioles right-hander David Hess squared off against the Blue Jays on Monday night in Toronto, and the 25-year-old pitched a gem in his 20th big-league start: 

David Hess
TB • RP • #60
vs. TOR, 4/1/19
IP6 1/3
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As you'll note, Hess exited the game after getting one out in the seventh with a no-hitter intact. Hess was at 82 pitches (50 strikes), and while that's not a particularly high count it was Hess' first start of the 2019 season. No doubt, first-year Baltimore manager Brandon Hyde didn't want to take any chances. Some relevant moving pictures: 

When Hyde made the trip to the mound after Brandon Drury lined out to short, the Rogers Centre crowd of 10,640 (😁) rained down some boos, but Hess took it with a smile and seemed to be fine with the decision. Shortly thereafter, Baltimore reliever Pedro Araujo allowed a walk followed by a home run to Randal Grichuk. With that, no-hitter and shutout were gone. 

After the game, Hyde explained why Hess was pulled from the game:

Had Hess and the bullpen finished the job, then it would've been the first Oriole no-no since Bob Milacki and three relievers combined for one against the Athletics on July 13, 1991.