And Ince hailed Baldock's rapid progress over the last two years, which has earned him England Under-20 recognition.
He said: "Sam reminds me of Michael Owen, when he's one-on-one you know he's going to score. And I was confident he would score his penalty too - it would have been a surprise if he had missed.
"He took both his chances well and he made some mature runs - a couple of years ago he was making silly runs. Albie (Wilbraham) scored a very good goal but I'm gutted it was him because he'll be talking about it all season now!
"We were awesome in the first half and we should have been six or seven goals up at the break. It was never easy second half - we got sloppy and you can't afford to do that. We're doing well in this competition but I don't dream, I'm a realist, we'll take each game as it comes."