Bundy allowed three earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five across 5.2 innings Thursday against the Yankees. He did not factor into the decision. While still a passable outing, Bundy had allowed just three hits through five innings. Things unraveled a bit for him in the sixth frame as he allowed two walks and two hits that accounted for two of his three earned runs. Home runs remain an issue for him, as he yielded a solo shot to Clint Frazier in the fifth inning and has now been tagged for 2.1 HR/9 across 52 innings. On the other hand, he's surrendered only six earned runs across his last 23.2 innings, spanning four starts. He'll look to maintain the improved results in his next start, currently scheduled at home Tuesday against Detroit.
Bundy (2-5) allowed one unearned run on three hits with seven strikeouts and three walks across 5.2 innings to earn a victory against the Indians on Friday. The 26-year-old threw a season-high 118 pitches, but he still couldn't make it through six innings. However, that was enough, as Bundy didn't give up an earned run for the second time in three starts. He is 2-5 with a 4.66 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 47 strikeouts in 46.1 innings this season. Bundy is scheduled to face the Yankees next at home Wednesday.
Bundy said the velocity dip he experienced during his start Saturday against the Angels wasn't due to an injury, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. "My arm feels great," Bundy said Sunday, when asked about the matter. Manager Brandon Hyde pulled Bundy in the fifth inning of Saturday's 7-2 loss, despite the right-hander having only surrendered four hits and covering 80 pitches on the day. Bundy's early removal may have been partially explained by the decline in fantasy velocity he displayed; per Statcast, Bundy's four-seamer averaged a career-low 89.8 miles per hour during the outing. The Orioles believe that poor weather or a mechanical flaw rather than an issue with his surgically repaired elbow might have cost Bundy a few ticks on his heater, so he'll look to straighten things out during a bullpen session early this week. Bundy remains on track to make his next start Thursday in Cleveland on his normal rest schedule.
Bundy (1-5) gave up three runs on four hits -- including two home runs -- with two walks while striking out two over five innings in a 7-2 loss to the Angels on Saturday. Homers have been a problem for Bundy all season, and he gave up two more in this outing, both to Albert Pujols. The 26-year-old couldn't build on his excellent outing against the Rays last weekend and generated just four swinging strikes in his 80 pitches. Bundy now has a 5.31 ERA with a 40:16 K:BB through eight starts this season. The right-hander will try to get back on track in his next start Thursday at Cleveland.
Bundy (1-4) earned the win by allowing only three hits across 7.1 scoreless innings during Saturday's 3-0 win over the Rays. He struck out four and walked one. Bundy had lost four consecutive decisions entering Saturday but turned things around by generating 16 swinging strikes from the Rays. The 26-year-old has a 5.30 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 38:14 K:BB over 35.2 innings and lines up to face the Angels next weekend.