No-hitter means more for John Means and emerging Orioles

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The Baltimore Orioles already had the feel-good story of the season with the return of Trey Mancini from colon cancer surgery. For more than a month, the youngsters at the core of their rebuild have played well enough to hang around the .500 mark in the AL East. And if they needed additional proof they have an ace on their pitching staff, John Means provided it by throwing the first individual no-hitter by an Orioles pitcher in more than 50 years. Means beat the Seattle Mariners 6-0, tossing first no-hitter by an individual Orioles pitcher since Jim Palmer in 1969.

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