Dylan Bundy speaks about his command, his approach versus the Yankees lineup and focusing on limiting the two-strike hits.
Dylan Bundy speaks about his outing versus the Nationals and understanding why he was pulled after six innings.
NEW YORK - After a 14-4 loss in the series opener on Friday night, the Orioles are hoping some baseball in the daylight will lead to a victory today. It will take more than sunshine. They'll need to pitch better. The O's staff has allowed 62 runs over the last ... Read More
Today's Game:Baltimore Orioles (70-58) vs. New York Yankees (66-61), Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, 1:05 p.m. Starting pitchers:Dylan Bundy (7-4, 3.33) vs. Chad Green (2-3,
Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy walked four batters tonight and was not touching 96 and 97 mph as he had in some earlier starts. But even with both his velocity and command not as strong as we've seen it before, he held a good hitting team in check tonight. The Washington ... Read More
Dylan Bundy gave up three runs, two earned, over six innings against the Nationals.
In college my roommate would, for no reason at all, walk in our living room and yell, 'Hot Cross BUNS (emphasis on the word 'buns')!' I had no idea what this was, and presumably figured he was referring to something have to do with a ba-donk-a-donk. And yep...you're welcome for using ba-donk-a-donk in an article. Now twice. When I cautiously researched what my Van Wilder of...
Dylan Bundy joins Gary Thorne after earning the victory over the Giants. Bundy pitched 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball and also recorded his first career at-bats in the 5-2 win.
What if I told you nobody had to win the trade deadline? What if that could be a thing? Maybe it’s not possible, so in that case we’ll talk about how the White Sox lost. Hey, I never said anything about losing at the deadline. Meanwhile, there is plenty going on in the Bronx. Oh, and one of baseball’s top prospects has been called up. Speaking of which, a former, top, top...
The Baltimore Orioles’ vision from 2012 is almost fully formed. In 2011, they selected Kevin Gausman with the fourth overall pick in the draft, and the following year, they did the same with Dylan Bundy. In 2013, Bundy was the No. 2 overall prospect in the game, according to Baseball America. He was Lucas Giolito. Gausman was No. 26 — he was Jose Berrios. Now, three years later...
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