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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will be limited to 75 pitches per outing this year. That didn't get him very far Thursday. The right-hander, starting at High-A Frederick, was pulled after surrendering a pair of singles in the fourth inning. He exited having allowed three earned runs in three innings during the Keys' game against Salem . Bundy gave up five hits while striking out two batters and walking a pair. Thursday was Bundy's second start with the Keys, after making three appearances for short-season Single-A Aberdeen.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will be limited to 75 pitches per outing this year. That didn't get him very far Thursday. The right-hander, starting at High-A Frederick, was pulled after surrendering a pair of singles in the fourth inning. He exited having allowed three earned runs in three innings during the Keys' game against Salem . Bundy gave up five hits while striking out two batters and walking a pair. Thursday was Bundy's second start with the Keys, after making three appearances for short-season Single-A Aberdeen.
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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 Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
WASHINGTON -- Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will be limited to 75 pitches per outing this season -- no matter where he ends up, manager Buck Showalter said Tuesday. But that pitch count doesn't preclude him from joining the Orioles at some point this season or even starting games at the major league level. “No, some people actually throw six innings with 75 pitches, too,” Showalter said. Bundy, 21, is recovering from Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction surgery last June and has pitched in four minor league games this season.
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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 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 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 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 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 | July 7, 2014
If you're trying to make sense of how the Orioles front office is handling top pitching prospect Kevin Gausman -- who was sent back to the minor leagues after another strong start on Sunday -- you're not alone. Gausman is projected to be a terrific starting pitcher and he has shown every sign of that with four victories in his last five starts, but the club is using him as a human ping-pong ball to make room on the roster for temporary pitching help. The last time he was sent out he struggled in his return outing after reeling off three impressive performances, so it's fair to wonder why it's happening again.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
Right-hander Kevin Gausman, who was sent to Triple-A Norfolk following Friday's game to allow the Orioles to add relief pitcher Brad Brach on Saturday, started Monday afternoon's game for the Tides against Indianapolis at Harbor Park. Facing the Pittsburgh Pirates' top affiliate, Gausman allowed three hits and two runs in one inning - both on a two-run homer by former Orioles outfielder Chris Dickerson that also scored former Orioles infielder Robert Andino. Scheduled to throw just the one inning to get some work in before starting the first game of Friday's doubleheader against the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards, Gausman didn't walk or strike out a batter and threw 14 of 23 pitches for strikes.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said Monday that the organization is considering re-assigning top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy to Double-A Bowie following his next rehabilitation start for short-season Single-A Aberdeen on Friday. Duquette said the Orioles still plan to re-evaluate Bundy following his start for Aberdeen on Friday, which will be a year to the day he had Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction surgery. “We were going to see how he does, and then see if we wanted to send him to Bowie, depending on how he does,” Duquette said.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2014
NEW YORK  - One of the first things Orioles manager Buck Showalter said to reporters during his pregame news conference Sunday afternoon was about right-hander Dylan Bundy 's outing for short-season Single-A Aberdeen on Saturday. "Bundy was good last night, huh?" Showalter said. Indeed he was. Bundy, 21, allowed just two hits and one walk while striking out nine in five scoreless innings against Brooklyn. Recovering from elbow ligament surgery last June, he has now allowed one run while walking one and striking out 15 batters in 10 innings in his first two rehab starts for the IronBirds.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2014
Dylan Bundy's fast track to the majors during his first full pro season in 2012 might have some thinking that the Orioles top prospect will return to the big leagues sooner rather than later. But as Bundy prepared to pitch for the Single-A Aberdeen IronBirds on Saturday -- his second start since undergoing Tommy John elbow surgery -- the Orioles made clear that they will bring the 20-year-old right-hander along carefully. “This season is a rehab process,” Orioles player development director Brian Graham said.
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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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