|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||0.20||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00|
|Games Played By Position|
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|vs RHB|| 1.0||0||0|| 0.00||0||1||0|
|07/31/2014||Jimmy Rollins, SS PHI|
Matt Garza, SP MIL
|Archie Bradley, SP ARI|
Dylan Bundy, SP BAL
|07/31/2014||Cole Hamels, SP PHI||Dylan Bundy, SP BAL|
|07/31/2014||George Springer, RF HOU|
Dylan Bundy, SP BAL
Chris Archer, SP TB
|Kelly Johnson, 3B NYY|
Mike Trout, CF LAA
Alcides Escobar, SS KC
|Last 10 Games|
|Dylan Bundy says he feels great |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(7/17/14) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy said he's felt great while on a rehab assignment, according to MASN.
Bundy has struggled lately, but insists he's 100 percent healthy. "So far, there are no problems," Bundy said. "No pain, no soreness. As far as health-wise, I'm perfectly healthy." He admitted facing better competition was part of the reason for his struggles, but also said he's making mistakes with his pitches. "I'm leaving my fastball up and I've got to bury pitches when I need to and I'm not doing that."
Bundy's next start is slated for Tuesday. Over his last three starts, Bundy has a 9.26 ERA in 11 2/3 innings.
|Dylan Bundy getting knocked around during rehab |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(7/16/14) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy is having a tough time during his rehab assignment.
Bundy has made three starts with Class A Frederick, none of which have produced strong results. Over 11 2/3 innings at the level, he's posted a 9.26 ERA. Bundy is working his way back from Tommy John surgery. It was assumed he would return to the majors at some point this season, but that could change if he continues to struggle during his rehab outings.
|Dylan Bundy likely to stick to 75-pitch limit this season |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(7/8/14) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy will likely be limited to 75 pitches in each of his remaining starts this season, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Bundy had Tommy John surgery a little more than a year ago, and his progress is being closely monitored by the team. He could still be a factor for the Orioles in the second half, but since he isn't expected to top 75 pitches in any of his starts, he'd likely be limited to five-to-six innings in most of his outings.
|Manager: Dylan Bundy 'right where he needs to be' |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(7/5/14) Buck Showalter expressed confidence that Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy is on course in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, which the right-hander underwent just over a year ago.
Bundy is coming off a mediocre performance at Class A Lynchburg in which he yielded three runs on four hits with three strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings. He had previously allowed just one run in 15 innings for Aberdeen.
"I expected him not [to dominate]," Showalter told CSNBaltimore.com. "It's a process, and he's right where he needs to be in the process. The Carolina League is a big jump from Aberdeen. We feel like he might slow down a little bit there, which is good.
"Whether he's available, good enough to be one of our options to pitch up this year ... when you do these surgeries, you hope they impact the oganization at some point the following year, but really the history shows you it's the following year (after that) usually."
|Dylan Bundy to be evaluated after third rehab start |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(6/21/14) Following his second start at Class A Aberdeen Saturday, Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy could be on his way to the next step in his minor-league rehab process.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Bundy will be re-evaluated following his third start, set for Thursday. Assuming his recovery from Tommy John surgery does not hit any snags, he could be moved up to a higher level in the minor leagues, though player development director Brian Graham stressed that the team is not ready to rush him back to the majors.
"This season is a rehab process," Graham said. "We need to be patient and get him back on track the right way and we need to get him ready to be a productive part of this system come next spring. Whatever he does this year is a rehab process. Depending on how fast he comes will depend on how he finishes this year."
Bundy tossed five brilliant innings Saturday against Brooklyn, allowing just two hits and no runs. He struck out nine batters and walked just one in the game.
|By the time he's ready to return to game action this summer, Dylan Bundy will have gone so long without pitching that Fantasy owners might forget just how good he is. They couldn't stop salivating over him this time last year. The talk of the minor leagues after he began his professional career with 30 scoreless innings (in which he allowed just five hits) at low Class A Delmarva, Bundy worked his way up to the majors at age 19, making a couple relief appearances in September that some people assumed would lead to a rotation spot the following spring. But that's when fate intervened. The reports of elbow soreness first broke in mid-March, and though rest and rehabilitation were initially prescribed, Bundy eventually submitted to Tommy John surgery in June. The good news is the procedure has an astonishing track record, so more likely than not, he'll be good as new by season's end. With a strong finish, he could be in the mix for a rotation spot in 2015, so if you can get him cheap right now in keeper leagues, it's worth it. If not for the injury, he'd probably be the top pitching prospect, ahead of both Taijuan Walker and Archie Bradley.
(Updated 1/14/14) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|8/1/14||SEA||7:05 pm||Roenis Elias|
|8/2/14||SEA||7:05 pm||James Paxton|
|8/3/14||SEA||1:35 pm||Hisashi Iwakuma|
|8/4/14||@ WAS||7:05 pm||Tanner Roark|
|8/5/14||@ TOR||7:07 pm||Mark Buehrle|
|8/6/14||@ TOR||7:07 pm||Drew Hutchison|
|8/7/14||@ TOR||7:07 pm||J.A. Happ|
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