An Orioles pitcher had a no-hitter going and had just thrown 82 pitches, but that didn’t matter to his manager.
Baltimore right-hander David Hess was eight outs away from a possible no-hitter with a 6-0 lead against the Toronto Blue Jays when his his rookie manager, Brandon Hyde, suddenly and shockingly came out and pulled him out of the game.
Check out his stunned reaction:
The worst part about this is that the Orioles gave up two runs in that inning and then had to fight like hell to finally win the game 6-5.
The decision was so bad that even the opposing fans booed:
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