Jump to content

Dylan Bundy TONIGHT 5/14


xian4

Recommended Posts

Dylan Bundy will pitch five innings for the first time tonight as the Shorebirds face the Lakewood Blueclaws. Expect the Orioles No 1 prospect to blow away the struggling Blueclaws, who are 3-13 on the road and gain his first win in the minor leagues.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Replies 41
  • Created
  • Last Reply

3rd Monday in a row. The anticipation makes Mondays exciting. Maybe we need a new theme song.

(Ba-da ba-da-da-da)

(Ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Bundy Monday,

(Ba-da ba-da-da-da)

so good to me,

(Ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Bundy Monday, it was all I hoped it would be

For all you young O's fans that don't know the song, look it up on youtube. It was by the Mamas & the Papas.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Second inning hits a batter but otherwise uneventful. Missed a lot low but had a NASTY breaking pitch that hurt my knees.

Third inning looks much better. Sitting a little lower (95 after two Innings of 97) but much more in control. Mows down another Lakewood player.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

TTTP is a running gag with some of us.

For some reason Buck is obsessed with it.

Thanks. I understood the joke based on what happened with Conner. I was actually a bit curious what kind of guy got the hit oFf of him and whether Bundy might have issues as he moves up the ladder with holding guys on.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Thanks. I understood the joke based on what happened with Conner. I was actually a bit curious what kind of guy got the hit oFf of him and whether Bundy might have issues as he moves up the ladder with holding guys on.

NP. From what I have read his delivery is smooth and compact so I am guessing his TTTP is decent. I wouldn't be surprised if his ability to hold runners is rudimentary given the dearth of them over his career.

I am worried with the passed ball and the WP on a K Bundy's last start. Has Lino been catching him?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.




  • Posts

    • I love that we have so many young assets like the OP mentioned. My issue with this framework is that we still need to add a big piece or 2 to add to the core if we are going to contend for a World Series. I don’t see this roster even with all of the young adds next year being able to beat Houston, Seattle, Toronto, Dodgers, Braves, Mets next year in a short series. Don’t get me wrong I am VERY excited to have so many young promising players. But I hope there is a plan to add to this in order to compete for a championship.
    • I'm surprised to hear this from you.  I assume you're inferring how the FO feels?
    • Mountcastle has a long swing and at times swings at just about everything. I don’t think he’s anymore than a mediocre player with an occasional hot streak.
    • At first I didn’t care if Judge got to 62. Now I hope he’s stuck on 61 for the season.    The crying by Yankees fans about how we didn’t groove one so Judge can have the record #%^%#. I’m counting down, 2 games left, I hope Texas walks him 8 times.
    • I agree if we had a stud on the other side that could actually get home. But we don’t, we now have two geriatric NFL players, a guy trying to return from a serious injury, and a rookie that will try to make the jump to the NFL after suffering a serious injury doing draft drills. Man we have a great plan! I swear, you or I could done better than this bunch. Bisciotti needs to fire the whole bunch. They’ve outstayed their value. 
    • Same issue Clowney has.  But pressures and hurries make are still very valuable.
    • I guess it depends on if you think this year or last year is the Real Mountcastle. Last year’s numbers have him as borderline top 10 at the position. I think he’ll be closer to last year and could pop higher year to year. Top 10 1B with elite Catcher and SS/3B and you’ve got a good foundation.
  • Popular Contributors

×
×
  • Create New...