Dylan Bundy
P BAL
2 weeks ago

Bundy was crushed over two innings, allowing five runs on five hits and a walk while striking out one against the Twins on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy had looked strong through his first two spring starts, but fell flat Sunday against a Twins lineup that was laced with MLB starters. The former top prospect has been working on incorporating a cutter this spring, yet hasn't quite got the feel for it yet. After the game, Bundy said he was simply "catching too much of the plate" and was unable to locate the pitch how he'd like to. On a brighter note, the right-hander was encouraged about throwing more sliders and feeling good with those deliveries.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
3 weeks ago

Bundy pitched three scoreless innings, allowing two hits and no walks while striking out three Monday against Detroit.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy was dominant Monday in his second outing of the spring. At one point, he followed up back-to-back 94-mph fastballs by dropping a nasty breaking ball on Nicholas Castellanos for a called third strike in his first of three consecutive strikeouts. Bundy will begin the year near the top of the team's rotation and his value is trending up as draft season begins.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
1 month ago

Bundy, who had Tommy John surgery in 2013, will be used judiciously this season and may have a start skipped on occasion, Rich Dubroff of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Although he hasn't openly said Bundy will be on an innings-limit this year, manager Buck Showalter has used choice words when discussing his plan for the right-hander. "I thought Dylan [tired] towards the end of last season -- he'd never admit it," Showalter said. "It wasn't showing up in velocities. It was just a little different crispness to his stuff. We're putting him at the back end when we get an extra day. We float him in the back." He went on to propose the idea of skipping a start before the All-Star Game and slotting Bundy at the bottom of the rotation in the second half of the year. The 24-year-old will make his spring debut Wednesday against the Red Sox.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
2 months ago

Bundy is not expected to be on an innings limit in 2017, MASN Sports reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bundy logged 109.2 innings for the Orioles last season over 34 games that included 16 starts. Manager Buck Showalter expressed confidence that the young right-hander will be ready to handle the load of being in the starting rotation. Bundy features a mid-90s fastball that he complements with a solid changeup and curveball. The Orioles' first-round selection in 2011 was noticeably better at home (3.14 ERA) than on the road (5.21 ERA) in 2016, and he seemed to tire late in the season. However, with his first full season now in the books, Bundy's splits should improve in his sophomore campaign.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
2 months ago

Bundy said on Saturday that he has been throwing his cutter the past two weeks, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

After featuring the pitch early in his career, Bundy strayed away from it in 2016 because he thought it was contributing to his injury issues. Now, after having put together a healthy season, surpassing 100.0 major league innings for the first time, the righty is looking to add the pitch back to his repertoire. If he can stay healthy, the added fourth pitch should help him show why he was once one of the top pitching prospects in baseball.

Dylan Bundy
P BAL
6 months 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
6 months 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
6 months 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
7 months 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
7 months 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.