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Orioles place pitcher Dylan Bundy on 60-day DL
Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy (shoulder) was recalled from Double-A Bowie and placed on the 60-day DL. This move was made in order to clear a roster spot for David Lough, who the Orioles called up Thursday. Bundy has out since June with shoulder inflammation.
by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer
Showalter: No surgery for Dylan Bundy, but remains shut down
Orioles starting pitcher prospect Dylan Bundy remains shut down due to shoulder tendinitis, manager Buck Showalter said Monday. The Orioles have no plans for Bundy to throw anytime soon and he could be shut down for the rest of the season. However, Showalter said there currently are no discussions about surgery for the right-handed pitcher. Bundy, who missed the 2013 season recovering from Tommy John surgery, is considered a top-100 prospect by MLB.com (No. 20) and Baseball America (No. 48).
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Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy to see Dr. James Andrews
After an MRI revealed Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy is still dealing with shoulder inflammation, he will see Dr. James Andrews for further evaluation, reports The Baltimore Sun. Bundy has not pitched in the big leagues since undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2013.
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Shoulder inflammation still plaguing Orioles RP Dylan Bundy
The prognosis for a speedy return to the mound for once-promising Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy remains negative after an MRI revealed he is still dealing with inflammation in his shoulder. Bundy, who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2013 and hasn't pitched since, has more tests scheduled, per the Baltimore Sun.
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy to have MRI soon
Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy is expected to undergo another MRI on his shoulder. The exam is precautionary, as the team is hopeful it will reveal nothing on top of the previous diagnosis of tendinitis, according to MASNSports.com. Bundy has rested since his last MRI at the end of May, and has not pitched since being scratched from a start at Double-A on May 25.
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy's MRI reveals shoulder inflammation
Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy will revert to resting for a week after an MRI on Wednesday revealed he has inflammation in his shoulder, per MSNsports.com. Bundy said there is no structural damage in the shoulder, but plans to "get another [MRI] just to be safe in about a week." The second MRI is precautionary, Bundy said, and will be done in case "the inflammation covered up some other stuff."
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No structural damage for Orioles' Dylan Bundy, no MRI needed
Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy's shoulder has no structural damage, manager Buck Showalter said on Tuesday, per MLB.com. Bundy had tendinitis in his shoulder and was expected to undergo an MRI on Wednesday, but after getting his shoulder cleared on Tuesday, Showalter said Bundy wouldn't need an MRI or any other further testing.
by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer
Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy (shoulder) prescribed rest
Orioles starting pitcher prospect Dylan Bundy was prescribed rest and anti-inflammatories to treat his shoulder injury, according to MASNsports.com. The Orioles were hopeful the right-hander was dealing with just a mild case of tendinitis. Bundy was scratched from his last start Monday for Double-A Bowie. He is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Wednesday. "I don't think it is anything too serious," Bundy said. "Fingers crossed and we'll see what they say tomorrow."
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
Orioles SP Dylan Bundy (shoulder) scratched from start
Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy , who was scheduled to make a start at Double-A Bowie on Tuesday, was scratched Monday with shoulder tightness, per MASNSports. Bundy, who is working his way back from Tommy John surgery in 2013, will see a doctor Tuesday to determine the extent of the injury, which could be shoulder tendinitis. Bundy hasn't worked more than three innings in any of his 8 minor league starts, where he is 0-3 with a 3.68 ERA.
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Orioles' Showalter: Dylan Bundy could skip Triple-A
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said on Wednesday that pitcher Dylan Bundy could jump from Double-A straight to the majors later this summer, MASNSports.com reports. Part of the reason behind the potential move involves Bunday's contract, as he's out of options in 2016. "We talked about that," Showalter said. "No, not mandatory. Obviously, and we all know this, contractually he has to be on our major league club next year, so we've taken a number of people from Double-A. First of all, he's got to do well enough there. No, he doesn't have to pitch at Triple-A for us to feel good about him. It's a process for him, little by little. I think June, middle of June, we'll get an idea of what we've got." Bundy hasn't worked more than three innings in a start and won't be pushed past five innings. "I know he's going to get up to five I think at some point," Showalter said. "They've got a target going by a lot of homework and history with Tommy John and the whole nine yards. I hope that we're talking about whether we want to call him up in September." There aren't any plans to give Bundy a reliever's schedule. "Not at this point. I don't think that's important at this point," Showalter said. "I wouldn't want to get the cart in front of the horse at this point. Let's get through this next outing, see where we are. It's a process." Bundy has posted a 4.50 ERA and 20:5 K:BB ratio in 18 innings.