Dylan Bundy gives up a homer and two runs in second Bowie start

August 21, 2012|By David Selig | The Baltimore Sun

Making his second start for Double-A Bowie, Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy gave up two runs on five hits (including a homer) in six innings Monday night at Richmond.

Bundy struck out four and walked one, throwing 63 of his 97 pitches for strikes.

He didn't get a decision, as Robbie Widlansky hit a three-run homer in the top of the ninth to pull the Baysox ahead 3-2. But Richmond came back to score twice in the bottom of the ninth to win the game.

The home run Bundy allowed was a solo shot hit by Juan Perez leading off the bottom of the sixth.

The Flying Squirrels also manufactured a run off the right-hander in the fourth on a double, a flyout that advanced the runner and a squeeze bunt.

Bundy has now pitched 95 2/3 innings in this his first pro season.

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