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Height/Weight: 6-1/200 | Birthdate: 11/15/1992 | Birthplace: Tulsa, OK | Bats/Throws: S/R | Team: Baltimore | College: None | MLB Experience: 1 | Owned/Started%: 21/0 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy's MRI reveals shoulder inflammation


by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(5/27/2015) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy will revert to resting for a week after an MRI on Wednesday revealed he has inflammation in his shoulder, per MSNsports.com.

Bundy said there is no structural damage in the shoulder, but plans to "get another [MRI] just to be safe in about a week."

The second MRI is precautionary, Bundy said, and will be done in case "the inflammation covered up some other stuff."


No structural damage for Orioles' Dylan Bundy, no MRI needed


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(5/26/2015) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy's shoulder has no structural damage, manager Buck Showalter said on Tuesday, per MLB.com.

Bundy had tendinitis in his shoulder and was expected to undergo an MRI on Wednesday, but after getting his shoulder cleared on Tuesday, Showalter said Bundy wouldn't need an MRI or any other further testing.  


Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy (shoulder) prescribed rest


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(5/26/2015) Orioles starting pitcher prospect Dylan Bundy was prescribed rest and anti-inflammatories to treat his shoulder injury, according to MASNsports.com. The Orioles were hopeful the right-hander was dealing with just a mild case of tendinitis.

Bundy was scratched from his last start Monday for Double-A Bowie. He is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Wednesday.

"I don't think it is anything too serious," Bundy said. "Fingers crossed and we'll see what they say tomorrow."


Orioles SP Dylan Bundy (shoulder) scratched from start


by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
(5/25/2015) Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy , who was scheduled to make a start at Double-A Bowie on Tuesday, was scratched Monday with shoulder tightness, per MASNSports. 

Bundy, who is working his way back from Tommy John surgery in 2013, will see a doctor Tuesday to determine the extent of the injury, which could be shoulder tendinitis. 

Bundy hasn't worked more than three innings in any of his 8 minor league starts, where he is 0-3 with a 3.68 ERA. 


Orioles' Showalter: Dylan Bundy could skip Triple-A


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/20/2015) Orioles manager Buck Showalter said on Wednesday that pitcher Dylan Bundy could jump from Double-A straight to the majors later this summer, MASNSports.com reports.

Part of the reason behind the potential move involves Bunday's contract, as he's out of options in 2016.

"We talked about that," Showalter said. "No, not mandatory. Obviously, and we all know this, contractually he has to be on our major league club next year, so we've taken a number of people from Double-A. First of all, he's got to do well enough there. No, he doesn't have to pitch at Triple-A for us to feel good about him. It's a process for him, little by little. I think June, middle of June, we'll get an idea of what we've got."

Bundy hasn't worked more than three innings in a start and won't be pushed past five innings.

"I know he's going to get up to five I think at some point," Showalter said. "They've got a target going by a lot of homework and history with Tommy John and the whole nine yards. I hope that we're talking about whether we want to call him up in September."

There aren't any plans to give Bundy a reliever's schedule.

"Not at this point. I don't think that's important at this point," Showalter said. "I wouldn't want to get the cart in front of the horse at this point. Let's get through this next outing, see where we are. It's a process."

Bundy has posted a 4.50 ERA and 20:5 K:BB ratio in 18 innings.


Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy has rough game at Double-A


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(5/19/2015) Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy got knocked around in his most recent start for Double-A Bowie. On Friday, the right-hander allowed six runs on eight hits in two-plus innings. With the rough outing, his ERA ballooned from 2.25 to 4.50 over seven starts.

"He handled it like a pro," Bowie manager Gary Kendall said, per MASNSports.com. "He's the first guy to tell you if he made a bad pitch. He's not an excuse-maker. He's dedicated and he had a taste of major league life and he knows what it takes. I saw poise Friday night.

Bundy is just about recovered from Tommy John surgery in 2013, and his velocity is evidence. The 22-year-old reched 96 mph in his previous two starts and hit 97 mph on Friday.


Orioles RHPs Dylan Bundy, Hunter Harvey making progress


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(5/1/2015) A couple of pitching prospects are making progress in their recoveries for the Orioles.

Righty Dylan Bundy , the fourth overall selection in 2011, hit 96 mph during his start on Wednesday for Double-A Bowie. Bundy is recovering from Tommy John surgery in 2013.

"He threw the ball extremely well," Orioles director of player development Brian Graham said. "Had command of the fastball and his velocity was good. (Pitching coach) Alan Mills and (manager) Gary Kendall said that was the best they'd seen him.

"His pitches are getting better, but I've said since the first day of spring training, 'Let's look up in June, middle of June and see where Dylan Bundy is.' That is a good indicator."

Meanwhile, fellow right-hander Hunter Harvey , the team's first-round pick in 2013, was pitched two innings during an extended spring training game in Florida on Friday, according to MASNSports.com. Harvey suffered a slightl fracture in his left shin after being hit by a comebacker late in spring training.

"There will be a progression with him," Graham said. "I think what we are going to do is two innings and then probably two starts at three innings and one start at four and one at five innings and then we'll get him out to a (full-season) club."


Orioles to limit the innings for P Dylan Bundy


by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2015) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy will be on an innings limit with Double-A Bowie. Bundy underwent Tommy John Surgery on his right elbow in 2013.

“It’s an innings limit, and that’s fine with me,” Bundy said. “They’re looking out for my arm, so it’s going to be a long process the whole year. Hopefully by July I’m up to five innings, and I’m happy with that.”

Bundy knows the team's plan and hopes that it will help him rise through the ranks.

"That’s up to them, [but] it kind of depends on how I pitch, too," he said. "But I know I’m going to be at three or four innings for a couple months, and I can’t go up to the big leagues throwing three innings as a starter."

Selected fourth overall in 2011, Bundy believes he is fully healthy. But he acknowledges that he has some work to do.

“I’m still trying to get my mechanics to where I used to be, and also command of my pitches, really,” Bundy said. “They say it’s difficult coming off surgery like that getting your command back, so definitely just have got to work on it.”

During his career in the Minors, Bundy has an ERA of 2.42 with 156 strikeouts and 44 walks in 145 innings pitched.


Orioles option Christian Walker, Dylan Bundy to minors


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(3/16/2015) The Orioles announced that they optioned two players to minor-leage affiliates on Monday. 

Infielder Christian Walker is heading to Triple-A Norfolk and right-handed pitcher Dylan Bundy will go to Double-A Bowie.

Walker went 1-for-12 at the plate for a lowly .083 batting average this spring. At both Norfolk and Bowie in 2014, Walker hit .288 in 2014. 

Bundy posted a 5.79 ERA in three appearances this spring. With Single-A teams Aberdeen and Frederick a year ago, Bundy posted a 3.27 ERA in 41 1/3 innings. 


Orioles' Dylan Bundy will have minor-league innings limited


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/23/2015) Orioles RHP Dylan Bundy is returning from Tommy John surgery in 2013. He's expected to start the season in Double-A, and the Orioles said that Bundy will have "no restrictions" on his usage.

Despite that, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said that the organization would limit Bundy's innings so they could use him in a late-season call up to the Major Leagues. 

The innings limit isn't related to the surgery. The Orioles have taken similar approaches with prospects in the past. "Like I said all along, the governors are off on him," Showalter told the Baltimore Sun's Eduardo Encina. "If you pitch well enough to be in the mix and there’s a need, then yes. ... We’re not doing anything different with him."


Orioles' Machado, Bundy will not be limited in spring training


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/18/2015) Orioles manager Buck Showalter told MLB Network Radio on Wednesday third baseman Manny Machado and starting pitcher Dylan Bundy will not be limited "at all" in spring training.

Machado is coming off August knee surgery, while Bunday made nine starts in the minors in 2014 returning from Tommy John surgery. Although, he pitched just 41 1/3 innings last year.


O's prospect Dylan Bundy will have no restrictions this spring


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(1/13/2015) Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Tuesday starting pitcher prospect Dylan Bundy, who made nine starts in the minors in 2014 returning from Tommy John surgery, will have no restrictions during spring training

"He's crossed every physical hurdle, and then some," Showalter said, per MASNsports.com.

Bundy is expected to begin the 2015 season at Double-A. He was 1-3 with a 3.27 ERA in 41 1/3 innings last season in the minors.


Orioles Dylan Bundy expected to start in Double-A


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/4/2015) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy is expected to start the year in Double-A, according to the Boston Globe.

The move was confirmed by general manager Dan Duquette. Bundy had Tommy John surgery in 2013, and made 18 starts in the minors last season. Bundy has been considered the team's top prospect over the past three years. He's considered to have top-of-the-rotation upside, and could work his way into the team's rotation if he gets off to a strong start.


Strained lat could spell end of Dylan Bundy's season


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(8/15/2014) With the minor-league season set to end in two weeks, there may not be time for Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy to get back onto a mound following his strained lat, he told MASNSports.com Friday. 

"I don't know what's in store for me the next two or three weeks. The minor league season ends on Sept. 1," Bunday said. "We'll see what happens. If I go home, I'll go back to Oklahoma and enjoy the off-season. Hunt some and hang with my friends and my dad and rest for about 2 1/2 months and start throwing again."

Bundy did say his elbow still feels good following his recovery from Tommy John surgery. Bundy started nine games between two Class A stops, posting a 3.27 ERA with 37 strikeouts and 16 walks in 41 1/3 innings of work. 


Dylan Bundy heading back to minor-league DL


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(8/14/2014) Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy is heading back on the minor-league disabled list, according to MASN.

Bundy strained his latissimus muscle while running in the outfield. It's unclear if Bundy will be able to return to the mound before the end of the season. Bundy opened the year attempting to recover from Tommy John surgery. 


Dylan Bundy says he feels great


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(7/17/2014) 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
(7/16/2014) 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
(7/8/2014) 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
(7/5/2014) 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
(6/21/2014) 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.  


Dylan Bundy looks good in first rehab start


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(6/17/2014) Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy allowed one run in five innings Sunday in a Class A rehab start, striking out six, reports the Baltimore Sun. Bundy threw 65 pitches and is scheduled to start again Saturday.

Sunday marked his first start since undergoing Tommy John surgery a year ago.


Dylan Bundy prepping for rehab start


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/15/2014) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy will make a rehab start Sunday in Single-A, according to MASN.

Bundy is expected to throw 75 pitches during the start. He'll make at least two more appearances at the level before the organization decides his next step. Bundy said he's reached a point in his recovery where he's no longer concerned about his arm. "I don't really think about my arm too much when I'm out there or how it's going to feel the next day," Bundy said. "It's kind of like it used to be, my first year in pro ball."

Bundy added that he'll have to work on locating his secondary pitches, and said he's still waiting for his velocity to come all the way back. Bundy is recovering from Tommy John surgery.


Dylan Bundy to make 'three or four starts' in Class A


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/12/2014) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy is expected to make "three or four starts" at Class A, according to MASN.

Bundy is recovering after Tommy John surgery last year. Bundy said his arm feels good, and added that he was able to command his fastball better over his last few extended spring appearances. It's unclear when Bundy will return to the majors. 


Dylan Bundy expected to make first rehab start Sunday


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(6/10/2014) Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy is expected to make his first minor-league rehab start Sunday for Class A Aberdeen, reports MASNSports.com. Bundy is nearly a year removed from Tommy John surgery.

He's been pitching in extended spring training the last couple weeks.


Dylan Bundy ready to move on to Class A


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/4/2014) Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy is ready to make his return to competitive pitching, nearly a year after undergoing Tommy John surgery.

Bundy has been pitching in extended spring training recently, but has been cleared to move on to the minors. He will start for Class A Aberdeen June 15 according to MLB.com, though he might have another simulated game or spring outing in between.