You are really opening up a can of worms with this one...
By the way, you cannot take one passage and use it out of its context to make a doctrine. You must use the whole counsel of God's word.
I would first ask, what does the word baptism mean?
I would also ask do you realize that there are more than one baptisms referred to in the New Testament?
I can think of 3 off the top of my head... We are baptized into Christ by being born again and our spirits immersed in and changed into His life and becoming His offspring, we are baptized in water by immersion in water as an outward testimony of the inward change, and we are baptized in the Holy Spirit by being immersed in His Holy Spirit. From what I see in the Gospels and in the book of Acts, it is possible to be born again and yet not have been either baptized in water or baptized in the Holy Spirit. I am not certain, but I suspect that baptism in the Spirit requires a greater surrender of our will in order that He is given free reign in our lives even to the point that we allow Him to use our tongue to speak what sounds like an unintelligible foolish language to our own ears.
In the book of Acts, I read that some were born again and later had the Apostles lay hands on them and receive the gift of the baptism of the Holy Spirit and then they spoke with other tongues.
The book of 1 Corinthians Paul calls milk. He clearly tells them that they are so immature in this letter with strife, dissension and divisions that he is unable to give them anything but milk, yet this book causes more strife and division in the body of Christ today than any other book... What does that tell us about the state of the body of Christ today?
My understanding of what Paul was doing with his letter to the Corinthians was correcting a whole bunch of problems in their church. He clearly tells them that they are immature but yet that they come behind in no gift (the gifts you listed). In listing these gifts he points out that the Spirit of God gives to every man severally as He wills, meaning that these gifts are available to ALL Christians, but God only uses them according to His will so that the immature believer doesn't get puffed up with pride saying look at me, God uses me in the gift of the word of knowledge or whichever gift it was.
Paul is letting them know that this is exactly why one service God uses them and another He doesn't. But he goes on to point out a better way in Chapter 13. The better way is walking in and by love (agape) God's kind of love, because God is love. In other words living as Jesus lived and like Jesus lived, in spiritual maturity, annointed with the Holy Spirit and with power, going about doing good and healing all who are oppressed of the devil.
As he continues in to chapter 14 he explains how we as Christians will grow into this love... By spending our hours praying in the prayer language of the Holy Spirit for he who speaks in an unknown tongue speaks directly to God and no man understands him (not even himself) howbeit, in the spirit he is speaking mysteries (the mysteries that God speaks through that supernatural language as referred to in Chapter 2 which eventually are revealed to the natural mind). He tells them that the one who prophesies (or speaks the mind of Christ to the church) is greater than the one speaking in tongues, because the tongues are not understood and the prophesying edifies the church. But then he also informs them that in order to be edified to the place of prophesying you need to pray in tongues, because he who prays in an unknown tongue edifies himself. Then he goes on to tell them to seek to excel to the place of prophesying, how? By praying in tongues.
If you go back and read chapters 12-14 in sequence over and over, I believe you will begin to see it.
I cannot begin to express how important praying in tongues has become to me and all that it does for me which is the same testimony I hear over and over from those who spend a lot of time praying in tongues. Many times something in the Bible that made no sense before just all of a sudden I know what it means when I previously was clueless. On top of that, my Bible has come to life like never before and is like a tightly woven fabric with truths in one book illuminating truths in others. Furthermore, I see my prayers answered significantly more often than in the past and have a closer fellowship with Him and my love for Him is growing as the Holy Spirit sheds His love abroad in my heart.
This "weapon" may be the most dangerous to the kingdom of Satan and why he fights it so hard. Satan does not want Christians discovering who they really are and the dominion, power and authority they really carry as God's offspring. And when God's offspring are annointed by the Holy Spirit and going about like Jesus did destroying the works of the devil, his kingdom is in trouble.
I know many will argue that tongues is not for everyone, but God is not a respector of persons and He wants every child of God to be edified into spiritual maturity and anointed with the Holy Spirit and power and makes this gift available to all and misusing these passages in 1 Corinthians to tell Christians otherwise is exactly what Satan wants.
If you are interested in learning more about tongues and walking by the spirit, I highly recommend Pastor Dave Roberson's book:
The Walk of the Spirit, the Walk of Power.
You can find it in electronic format for free at his website: http://daveroberson.org/books.aspx
In addition, he has many series' of sermons on the topic that will instruct and edify you on the subject in the series section of the site.