Mithun Manhas, who hails from Jammu, led Delhi in the Ranji Trophy for many years before moving to Jammu and Kashmir for whom he played his last first class match in 2016.
Mithun Manhas, Jammu and Kashmir captain, scored 150 off 194 balls, with 21 fours and three sixes. Courtesy his knock, J&K hit 331 for four at the end of Day 1
Mithun Manhas will leave Delhi after playing with them for 17 years.
Virender Sehwag hit 56 from 72 balls as Delhi scored 448 for nine at stumps taking an overall lead of 360 runs at the end of the second day.
The match again proved that Bhatia was, is and will remain Delhi's 'Go-To' by a distance. With the additional responsibility of leadership in absence of Shikhar Dhawan, who will be on national duty, Bhatia showed a lot of gumption as he put his hand up in crisis situation.
Young left-hander Vaibhav Rawal fought hard for his 65 before he was the ninth batsman out, trying to play a pull shot of right-arm medium pacer Dhumal but was caught at the deep square leg boundary by Anupam Sanklecha.
The India discard, Amit Mishra, is batting on 50 and has added 58 runs for the seventh wicket with Jayant Yadav. Mishra scored his runs off only 62 balls with four boundaries and a big six.
Delhi ended the final day's play at 505 for six at the end of mandatory overs with Bhatia remaining unbeaten on 133. Manhas scored 106, which was also his second century of the competition after his 161 against Odisha in the last match.
Baroda skipper Ambati Rayudu employed defensive field setting to cut down on the boundaries but the Delhi batsmen especially Mohit showed a lot of character during his 154-ball innings in which he hit seven fours.
Delhi now enjoy a commanding position against Odisha and will look for an outright victory.
Defending only 120 runs, Mumbai Indians bowlers gave little room to Pune Warriors who lost by a run despite Mithun Manhas' 42 off 34.