Dylan Bundy
P BAL
4 days ago1 Comment

Bundy's next scheduled start will take place Sunday as the Orioles host the Diamondbacks.

EDGE Analysis

Kevin Gausman's intercostal muscle injury forced the O's to reshuffle their rotation. Bundy looks like a risky play in his next go-round. In 13 starts this year, The righty carries a 7-5 record with a 4.73 ERA and 3.92 walks per nine innings. He's failed to top 5.1 innings in each of his last three outings, over which he's allowed 13 earned runs in 14 frames. Still, Bundy's 9.05 K/9 in the rotation points to a bright turnaround if he can improve his stamina in 2017. Of course, coming off his highest innings total since 2012 could limit his upside.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
7 days ago

Bunday (9-6) went five innings in a rematch with the Red Sox on Monday, allowing five runs on six hits, two walks, and three strikeouts in a losing effort.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy beat the Red Sox his last time out, but Mookie Betts and David Ortiz got the best of Bundy on Monday, each hitting two-run homers. Bundy has been solid for the Orioles in 2016, sporting a solid 9-6 record and 4.13 ERA. But he's run up his pitch count with walks lately, walking 15 over his last five starts and failing to pitch a full six innings in any of those starts. He'll look to rebound against the Diamondbacks on Saturday as the Orioles continue battling for a playoff spot.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
2 weeks ago

Bundy (9-5) pitched 5.1 innings, allowing three runs, six hits and four walks while striking out four Red Sox in Tuesday's victory.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy bounced back from an awful performance in his last start by dropping a Red Sox team that had battered him in four previous games this season. Tuesday's 95-pitch effort marked the second most pitches Bundy's ever thrown in his short MLB career. The 23-year-old owns a solid 3.88 ERA through 99.2 innings this season, but he's been wildly inconsistent since joining the starting rotation, making Bundy a tough play in most formats. Not so lucky for him, Bundy's next start happens to be against the Red Sox once again, and the division leaders will certainly be hungry for revenge.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
3 weeks ago

Bundy lasted just 3.2 innings Wednesday against the Rays, allowing five runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out seven and receiving a no-decision.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy struggled out of the gate Wednesday, giving up a first-inning home run to Kevin Kiermaier. Kiermaier later tagged him for a two-run single in the fourth, causing Orioles manager Buck Showalter to pull him from the game. While Bundy recorded seven of his 11 outs via the strikeout, he ran up a high pitch count, throwing 91 pitches in less than four innings. Bundy still holds an 8-5 record and 3.82 ERA on the year, but has now given up five earned runs in three of his last five starts. He'll look to turn things around against the Red Sox on Tuesday.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
3 weeks ago

Bundy tossed 5.2 scoreless innings, allowing two hits and walking four while striking out five against the Yankees on Friday.He earned his eighth win of the season.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy was run out of Yankee Stadium in his last start, but he held the Yankees at bay Friday. It looks like Bundy may be having some location issues. He had 33 strikeouts and five walks in his first five starts, but he has 20 strikeouts and 15 walks in his last five starts.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
1 month ago

Bundy (7-5) allowed five runs on seven hits and three walks in 4.0 innings Saturday against the Yankees. He struck out six.

EDGE Analysis

The 23-year-old has pitched very well in August (3.10 ERA) outside of an understandably tough matchup against Boston and this rough start against the Yankees. Bundy continues to post a solid strikeout rate (8.22 K/9) even after transitioning to the starting rotation, and seems to be generally rounding into the form many considered he had as a starting pitcher phenom. Hopefully the young righty learned from this outing, since he faces the Yankees again in his next scheduled start Friday, this time at home in Baltimore.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
1 month ago

Bundy (7-4) was back on his game on Monday, holding the Nationals to two runs over six innings. He gave up three hits, walked four, and struck out four.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy rebounded nicely from a rough start to stymie the Nationals on Monday, giving him his fourth win in his last five tries. The four walks were a season-high for Bundy, but he was still able to limit the damage. The young righty has allowed two runs or fewer in four of his last five starts, finally cashing in on the promise he's shown for so many years. His next start will come Saturday against the Yankees.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
1 month ago

Bundy (6-4) pitched 4.1 innings, allowing five runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out two in Wednesday's loss to the Red Sox.

EDGE Analysis

The 23-year-old's streak of five solid outing (4-1 with a 1.84 ERA during that stretch) came to a screeching half Tuesday. Bundy surrendered a season high in runs and hits while notching the lowest strikeout total for any of his seven starts this season. Considering how he's pitched so far, the right-hander is deserving of at least one free pass -- especially considering this one was against the league's top offense. Bundy will look to get back on track in his next start Monday against the Nationals.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
1 month ago

Bundy's next start has been moved up to Wednesday against the Red Sox, MLB.com's Brittany Ghiroli reports.

EDGE Analysis

He was scheduled to take the ball Thursday against the Astros, but Wednesday's scheduled starter, Chris Tillman, will be moved back to Saturday due to shoulder discomfort. It would be nice for Bundy to get an extra day of rest whenever possible, given his lack of major workloads in recent seasons, but that won't be possible this time around. He will be facing a slightly more intimidating offense in the Red Sox instead of the Astros, although Bundy's 2.76 ERA and 36 strikeouts in 32.2 innings as a starter make him a must start in most formats.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
1 month ago

Bundy improved to 6-3 with Friday's win over the Giants, allowing just one run with three strikeouts and two walks across 5.2 innings.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy was extremely effective in terms of limiting baserunners, as the only run against him came on a two-out double in the third inning when he was already staked to a four-run lead. Bundy has been effective of late, as he has won three consecutive starts, posting a 1.45 ERA and a strong 19:4 K:BB ratio in the process. He will have the opportunity to keep it rolling Thursday at Houston.