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On 7/29/2018 at 3:38 PM, OFFNY said:

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(vs. DEVIL RAYS, 7/29) 

 

7 Strikeouts and 0 Walks, over 7 Innings Pitched.

 

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(vs. RANGERS, 8/04) 

 

This was Bundy's 2nd consecutive solid outing, after having had 3 bad ones prior.

1 Earned Run, over 6 Innings Pitched.

In his last 2 outings combined, he has 13 Strikeouts and 2 Walks.

 

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Not completely broken, I guess.   But gopher ball prone.  He leads the AL in homers allowed with 27, in 121.1 IP.    45 of the 67 runs he’s allowed have been on homers.  He really needs to fix that.   

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7 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Not completely broken, I guess.   But gopher ball prone.  He leads the AL in homers allowed with 27, in 121.1 IP.    45 of the 67 runs he’s allowed have been on homers.  He really needs to fix that.   

I'm confident that if they keep giving the ball to Hess Bundy will drop to #2.

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18 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

I'm confident that if they keep giving the ball to Hess Bundy will drop to #2.

Bundy has been terrible this year in terms of giving up HRs ar 2.0 HR/9. Hess has somehow managed to be even worse at 2.2 HR/9.

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Because his fastball isn't what it use to be, I think Bundy walks a fine line between very good and batting practice.  He needs his good command to keep the low 90s FB from being walloped.  I don't think it is a coincidence that his bad stretches have been when he's been battling injuries. The groin end Apr-early May, and then the ankle end of June. 

I still think the ankle is still working its way back to 100%.  When it seems like he's healthy, he's pretty dominant.  The issue with him always going forward is staying healthy. While he's a tough guy, the body seems kind of fragile.

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Bundy threw strikes, and fanned batters.

He did not avoid the home run pitch.

 

ROYALS ANNOUNCERS: ) That home run ceded by Bundy ties the franchise record (1901 - Present) for the most home runs ceded by a pitcher in a single season.

Scott McGregor, Robin Roberts, Jeremy Guthrie, and Sidney Ponson have all ceded 35 HR's in a single season as franchise pitchers.

 

 

16 OUTS: 8 Strikeouts, 3 Groundouts, 3 Flyouts, 1 Fouout, 1 Lineout

 

 

DYLAN MATTHEW BUNDY )))))))) (vs. ROYALS, 9/01)

IP:llll5.33

H:llll ) l(1 Home Run, 2 Doubles, 5 Singles)

R:lll  3

BB:ll1

SO:lll8

Pitches: l) 101  )(71 )Strikes, )30)Balls)

2018 ERA: l)  5.36  )  146.00 IP  (87 ER) 

2018 WHIP: l)  1.397  )  146.00 IP  (204 H/BB) 

2018 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: l)  .274  )(160 for 584)

 

PITCHES BY INNING  

*******************  

18  lll(13 llStrikes, llllBalls)

18  lll(13 llStrikes, llllBalls)

17  lll(13 llStrikes, llllBalls)

13  lll(91 llStrikes, llllBalls)

11  llll(71 llStrikes, llllBalls)

24  llll(16 llStrikes, llllBalls) *

 

* )) Bundy recorded 1 Out before departing in the 6th Inning.

 

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(vs. D-RAYS, 9/07)

 

Bundy just set a new franchise record (1901 - Present) for the most home runs ceded by a pitcher in a single season (36.)

Scott McGregor, Robin Roberts, Jeremy Guthrie, and Sidney Ponson had all ceded 35 HR's in a single season as franchise pitchers prior to Bundy coughing up #36.

 

 

SOURCE: ) The Kansas City Royals announcers from the previous series in which the Orioles played in.

 

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I am starting to feel bad for all of our pitchers.  There is no way they are all THIS bad.  We are the organizational equivalent of the plague....everybody is sick or dying wearing our uniform.  We should let Bundy go to any other team this offseason so he can actually have a career and maybe regain even a shred of his non existent confidence. 

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35 minutes ago, OFFNY said:

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(vs. D-RAYS, 9/07)

 

Bundy just set a new franchise record (1901 - Present) for the most home runs ceded by a pitcher in a single season (36.)

Scott McGregor, Robin Roberts, Jeremy Guthrie, and Sidney Ponson had all ceded 35 HR's in a single season as franchise pitchers prior to Bundy coughing up #36.

 

 

SOURCE: ) The Kansas City Royals announcers from the previous series in which the Orioles played in.

 

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50 is the record ,so that is safe.

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