I have not read that the following international players are working out with the team. They seem to be held out of workouts so far while testing is occurring or I have just not read anything about them. These O's international players include:
Mexico: Hector Velazquez, Valdez
(Nunez, Severino, Alberto. Iglesias, Herrera I have read are working out on the field which means they tested negative.)
Look at all the pitchers on the Orioles' roster. They all show up at camp and they all need somebody to throw the ball to, whatever the heat index may be.
How would you like to be a catcher at this camp?
Don't know what food has to do with anything.
ERA+ of 78 and 99 the past two years. Increased walk rate for three years in a row. If I'm going to eat my words as @Frobbysaid I would, it'll be because he's out of the AL East. Look at his results against the division for the past 3 years...by and large, it's not pretty.
He serves up dingers at a really good rate if you're the opposition. I dunno, sometimes he throws a gem but it's quickly offset by a complete disaster. 2018 was forgettable for many reasons, one of which was the game he started against KC and didn't get anyone out but gave up 4 homers in a row.
Other than the fact that he was homegrown and we had high hopes for him, I am not sure why his (lack of) production will be missed as I think it can be replaced. I think the board generally tends to favor guys that come up through our ranks, especially ones with lofty projections. I don't care that Bundy didn't live up to his hype, most draft picks don't. I just don't think he was very good and not all of that blame rests on his shoulders, btw.