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1 hour ago, Can_of_corn said:

Not sure how it is much different than say this:

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You’re assuming I like crawfish?

I do, but only when someone else peels them for me...which is never.

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5 hours ago, Philip said:

You’re assuming I like crawfish?

I do, but only when someone else peels them for me...which is never.

Yuck.

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14 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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64% of the outs that Bundy recorded (14 out of 22) came via the Strikeout and the Groundout.

 

The unexpected retro performance by Bundy was mildly reminiscent of Brad Bergesen's Complete Game-Shutout against the Rays in May of 2011, 2 years after his excellent 2009 season was cut short by a line drive that broke his leg.

 

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/TBA/TBA201105140.shtml

 

 

22 OUTS: ) 9 Groundouts (Including 1 Double Play), 4 Strikeouts, 4 Flyouts, 2 Popouts, 2 Lineouts

 

DYLAN MATTHEW BUNDY ))))))) (FINAL NUMBERS)

IP:lll7.33

H:llll 3 )(2 Doubles, 1 Single)

R:lllll 0

BB:ll*

SO:ll4

Pitches: ll)96 )(62)Strikes, )34)Balls)

2019 ERA: ))5.30  ))  35.67 IP  (21 ER) 

2019 WHIP: ))1.318  ))  35.67 IP  (47 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )).244 ) (33 for 135)

 

* )) Bundy also had 1 Hit Batsman

 

PITCHES BY INNING

*************************

91 lll(61 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

14 ll(81 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

10 lll(71 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

16 lll(11 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

18 llll(10 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

12 llll(71 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

91 llll(71 llStrikes, llllllBalls)

81 llll(61 llStrikes, lllllBallsl**

 

** )) Bundy recorded 1 out before departing in the 8th inning.

 

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Glad the O’s won. 

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