Dylan Bundy

#49 RP / Baltimore Orioles / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 lb Age: 23 College: None Bats/Throws S/R

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    INJURY ALERT: Probable | Shoulder | Probable for start of season
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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Throws Bullpen Session

      Bundy (shoulder) threw 20 pitches in a bullpen session last week, MASN Sports reports. Bundy was pain free after the session. It appears the Orioles are readying him for a bullpen role this spring with the hope that he can eventually work multiple innings. Bundy's workload will remain light at least until spring training. While his ceiling appears to be low in while in a middle relief role, Bundy could be worth a stash in dynasty leagues in case he finally stays healthy and works his way into the 2017 rotation.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Playing catch, could be nearing return to mound

      Bundy (shoulder) is playing catch from 150 at Baltimore's minicamp and could return to the mound in the near future, MASN Sports reports. Bundy's health will be monitored closely this spring and manager Buck Showalter showed confidence that his arm is fine. "Turn him loose. Governors are off. Binders are off. However you want to put it," Showalter said. Given that he is throwing now, Bundy should be on a mound by the time spring training begins.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Arm "feels great," set to begin throwing in near future

      Bundy (shoulder) said Saturday that his arm "feels great" and that he will begin throwing next week, Roch Kubatko of MASN reports. Bundy was shut down with right forearm strain during Arizona Fall League, but after some time off, he claims that his arm is feeling good enough to resume throwing in the near future. He has been slowed in recent years by elbow and shoulder injuries, which has prevented him from making the impact many expected from the talented right-hander. This year's spring training will be pivotal for Bundy as he is out of options and will need to make the big league roster.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Will not pitch again in AFL

      Bundy (shoulder) will not pitch again in the Arizona Fall League, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. General manager Dan Duquette announced Wednesday that the team has shut Bundy down indefinitely with a muscle strain in his right forearm. Bundy, who threw two innings in the Fall League, underwent Tommy John surgery in June of 2013, but Duquette said he is not overly concerned about this setback. The team is hoping he can rehab and be ready come spring.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Likely will not pitch in final two weeks of Arizona Fall League

      Bundy will likely not pitch in the final two weeks of the Arizona Fall League due to right forearm stiffness, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. At this time, Baltimore still appears to be leaning on the cautious side, as the team still lists him as "day-today", but Kubatko reports Bundy is unlikely to pitch again in the Arizona Fall League so he can receive treatment for a muscle strain. Considering the seemingly volatile nature of Bundy's status as a prospect, more information will surely follow in the weeks to come, but for now it seems as if the 22-year-old will be ready for spring training.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Scratched from AFL start

      Bundy was scratched from his scheduled Arizona Fall League start Monday due to "forearm tightness," Rich Dubroff of CSN reports. The Orioles are likely just exercising caution with Bundy, and the issue is considered "very minor," per Dubroff. Bundy missed most of last season with a shoulder issue, and he continues to be a difficult prospect to evaluate in dynasty formats.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Throws in game for first time since May

      Bundy (shoulder) appeared in an Arizona Fall League game Monday and said his shoulder "felt good" while throwing a scoreless inning, according to MASN Sports. Bundy needed just seven pitches to retire three batters, one on a strikeout. His velocity topped out at 94 mph. It was not necessarily expected that Bundy would make an appearance this fall, so it is certainly a bonus in his rehab to get into some games. Bundy is expected to start Friday and Monday and he should throw more pitches each time out.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Reinstated off DL

      Bundy was reinstated off the 60-day DL on Monday, MASN Sports reports. Bundy hasn't appeared at any level since May, but he's slated to make his Arizona Fall League debut later Monday. The 22-year-old has been able to throw bullpen sessions recently, so the club is optimistic that he's recovering well from a bout of shoulder tendinitis. Bundy is out of options at this point, so he'll likely begin the season with the big league club to protect him from being exposed to waivers.

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      Orioles' Dylan Bundy: Will pitch in Fall League

      Bundy will pitch in the Arizona Fall League as expected, Rich Dubroff of CSNmidatlantic.com reports. Bundy, who missed three months with shoulder tendinitis, recently completed his third bullpen session since beginning a rehab program early in October and is now set to take the mound in Arizona. Bundy will replace Jon Keller, who is dealing with his own case of shoulder tendinitis, on the Arizona roster and could find himself on the Opening Day roster if he continues to impress during his rehab.

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      Orioles P Dylan Bundy set to perform in Arizona Fall League

      Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy (shoulder) is expected to pitch in the Arizona Fall League, reports Steve Melewski of MASN Sports. The team has yet to confirm the report, but it sounds it reversed course after saying in late August that Bundy would not pitch in the AFL. Bundy recently completed his third bullpen session since beginning a rehab program earlier this month, after being shut down for more than three months with shoulder tendinitis.

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