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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2012
Orioles top prospect Dylan Bundy was handed his first professional loss Saturday, despite another strong outing. The 19-year-old right-hander allowed three hits and one earned run in five innings pitching for High-A Frederick in a 1-0 loss at Wilmington. The lone run was manufactured against Bundy in the fifth inning. Roman Hernandez reached on an infield single and was sacrificed to second. Another infield single by Juan Graterol moved Hernandez to third. He scored on a squeeze bunt by Alex McClure.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2014
TORONTO -- Third baseman Manny Machado appeared in his fourth and final extended spring training game Wednesday afternoon in Sarasota, Fla. He played seven innings at third base and was 3-for-4 with three singles. Machado is scheduled to travel north to Baltimore on Thursday, and he is set to play nine innings at third base in his first minor league rehabilitation game Friday at High-A Frederick. Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Wednesday that Machado will likely remain at Frederick through the weekend, but he wouldn't divulge the next step on his minor league rehab assignment.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2012
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy continued his domination of the South Atlantic League on Sunday afternoon with five shutout innings of one-hit ball against the Hagerstown Suns, continuing to fuel talk about whether he's ready to move up to high Class-A ball. Bundy, who struck out four and walked none Sunday, retired the first 12 hitters he faced before allowing a double to Mattew Skole to lead off the fifth inning. Skole moved to third on a sacrifice bunt, and Bundy also hit a batter that inning, but he was able to get out of the inning without allowing a run. Bundy, the No. 4 overall pick in last year's June draft, still hasn't allowed an earned run as a professional -- he allowed one unearned run in each of his previous two starts -- and has allowed just five hits in 30 innings, striking out 40 and walking two. Opposing hitters are batting .043 off Bundy and he still hasn't allowed a hit with a runner on base.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - The path any heralded pitching prospect takes to the major leagues has obstacles. With the burden of huge expectations on their shoulders, few young talented pitchers break into the major leagues without taking their share of lumps. For the Orioles' top two prospects - right-handers Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman - it has been no different. Each pitcher made it to the major leagues in his first full professional season, then faced adversity over the next year. Bundy, 21, lost his entire 2013 season to Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction and still faces part of the long and tedious rehabilitation that follows the procedure.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2013
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy underwent an injection of platelet-rich plasma in his sore right forearm/elbow area Monday in Florida and will not do baseball activities for at least six weeks while he rests and rehabs. “It's good news that they're recommending rest and therapy and then a resumption of the throwing program,” Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said. “It seems like a bump in the road.” Bundy, 20, has been dealing with tightness in his forearm and elbow since late March.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
In the wake of the 18-inning game Tuesday night and Wednesday morning , the Orioles have made a special call for additional pitching depth.  Top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy is headed for Seattle and could be there in time for tonight's series finale against the Mariners at Safeco Field. It makes sense. The Orioles needed seven relievers to pitch 12 2/3 scoreless innings after Wei-Yin Chen left the game in the sixth inning and have used nine different relievers during the first two games against the M's. The plan was for Bundy to be shut down after his playoff appearance for the Bowie Baysox and sent to Instructional League in Florida, but team officials obviously decided that whatever innings he might pitch down in Florida would be of more value to the major league club.
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By Jon Meoli, Towson Times | April 24, 2012
Dylan Bundy, the Orioles' 2011 first-round draft pick, extended his season-long no-hitter Tuesday night with four perfect frames in Delmarva's 4-2 win against Greenville (BOS). Bundy struck out six batters, including two in his first foray into the fourth inning of the season, and needed just 44 pitches to retire all 12 Greenville batters he faced. After the game, pitching coach Troy Mattes said Bundy was “pretty much overpowering” with his fastball, which sat at 96 and 97 mph and touched 99 mph later in the outing.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
Dylan Bundy just talked with the Orioles media in Seattle. Here's what he said: When did you get the call? “I got it at 3:45 a.m. My roommate, Joe Oliveira, answered the phone and told me it was Brian Graham and he told me I was on a plane at 7 a.m. and I was going to pitch here in Seattle. So I said, 'Are you messing with me? And he said, 'No, I'm not going to mess with you at 4 in the morning.' So next thing I know I'm at the airport and on my way to Seattle.” Is this a surreal moment for you?
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - Dylan Bundy was months into rehabilitating his surgically repaired right elbow, and the tedium of throwing exercises was beginning to test the 21-year-old's mettle. He wanted to feel that he was advancing. He wanted to get the competitive juices flowing. Really, the Orioles phenom wanted to be a pitcher again, not just some guy tossing a baseball 90 or 180 feet on a back field in Florida. And then Brady Anderson made a simple gesture - partly motivational, partly for his own survival.
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By Jon Meoli | September 19, 2012
[Jon Meoli writes for the Towson Times and is a senior columnist for SoxProspects.com. He's covered four of Bundy's games this season and wrote a piece on his development last month .]   To say nothing of the wisdom of the move, the Orioles' decision to bring top prospect Dylan Bundy out west to assume a bullpen role at the very least puts the 19-year-old right-hander in a position to succeed.   Bundy's repertoire as I came to know it during four looks this season is, at this point, best suited for a relief role.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2014
Orioles Rule 5 pick Michael Almanzar is scheduled for a MRI of his left knee Monday afternoon, according to manager Buck Showalter . Showalter said the 23-year-old corner infielder injured his knee while playing first base Saturday in Port Charlotte, Fla., and there has continued to be swelling. The Orioles need to keep Almanzar on the major league roster all season or offer him back to the Boston Red Sox for half of the original $50,000 purchase price. If he started the season on the 15-day disabled list it would buy the Orioles some time and roster flexibility.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - Dylan Bundy was months into rehabilitating his surgically repaired right elbow, and the tedium of throwing exercises was beginning to test the 21-year-old's mettle. He wanted to feel that he was advancing. He wanted to get the competitive juices flowing. Really, the Orioles phenom wanted to be a pitcher again, not just some guy tossing a baseball 90 or 180 feet on a back field in Florida. And then Brady Anderson made a simple gesture - partly motivational, partly for his own survival.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. -- The Orioles reduced their camp roster to 46 (with nine non-roster invitees) on Friday by optioning injured right-hander Dylan Bundy to Double-A Bowie. It was a procedural move, because Bundy needed to be placed on the minor league disabled list by Friday. “It just changes where I am going to be,” Bundy said. “I'm going to be working with [minor league medical coordinator Dave Walker] down there [at the minor league complex] and that's who I've been working with the first six months of my rehab.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - Johan Santana met with the media Wednesday for the first time since he signed a minor league deal with the Orioles . Earlier Wednesday, Santana participated in his first spring workout with his new club, throwing long toss and participating in conditioning drills with Dylan Bundy. Here's what Santana had to say: On what led him to signing with the Orioles: One of the biggest things is [that] they understand exactly where I am as far as my rehab and everything.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - Johan Santana met with the media Wednesday for the first time since he signed a minor league deal with the Orioles . Earlier Wednesday, Santana participated in his first spring workout with his new club, throwing long toss and participating in conditioning drills with Dylan Bundy. Here's what Santana had to say: On what led him to signing with the Orioles: One of the biggest things is [that] they understand exactly where I am as far as my rehab and everything.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. --  Dylan Bundy 's recovery from Tommy John surgery is going well. He will throw from 150 feet today as part of his throwing progression. He's been throwing from that distance for a week now, but today he will add 15 to 20 throws from 90 feet for the first time. Asked if his rehab is going as well as he hoped, Bundy said, “it feels good.” “I don't know what is not as good as you hope, but it's going good,” Bundy said. “It feels good to throw.
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By Matt Vensel | March 5, 2013
The Orioles, the beasts of the Grapefruit League, are in the process of whittling down a list of more than two dozen pitchers into a pitching staff, and the final couple of spots in the Opening Day rotation are up for grabs. One of those pitchers is Dylan Bundy, one of the consensus top-five prospects in baseball and the latest Paul Bunyan of Baltimore baseball. After the Orioles drafted him with their first-round pick in the 2011 draft, the stocky pitching prodigy who cut down pecan trees before his 10th birthday and whose long-toss regime irked some MLB teams, became a myth of sorts.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2014
It has been eight months since Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy underwent Tommy John elbow surgery -- and it probably felt twice that long for a young pitcher who had just arrived at the threshold of a major league career -- but he is beginning to see the finish line. "The first month was hard, seeing everybody playing and I'm in a sling," he said. "Coming to the field and stretching and doing some exercises, and I'm done for the day. It makes for long days when you can't do what you're supposed to do and what you love.
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