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2021 Pitching

STATS IP
Innings Pitched
W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 90.2 2 9 6.06 84 34

Top Dylan Bundy News

  • Twins' Dylan Bundy: Signs with Twins

    Bundy (shoulder) signed a one-year deal with the Twins on Wednesday that includes a club option for a second year, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports.

    Bundy finished last season on the 60-day injured list with a shoulder strain. He had a 6.06 ERA and 1.36 WHIP in 90.2 innings prior to suffering the injury. Bundy had the best season of his career in 2020, when he logged a 3.29 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 72 strikeouts in 65.2 innings. The former top prospect will make $4 million in 2022 with a $1 million buyout on an $11 million club option in 2023, so it's $5 million guaranteed, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Officially done for season

    Bundy (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday.

    Bundy originally landed on the injured list Aug. 25 with a strain in his right shoulder. Though he has voiced optimism that he would be able to return to the mound this season, that will no longer be possible after moving to the 60-day IL. He'll end the campaign with a 6.06 ERA and 1.36 WHIP in 90.2 frames as both a starter and reliever.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Unlikely to return this season

    Bundy (shoulder) had a recent simulated game in Chicago cut short and, per manager Joe Maddon, is unlikely to pitch again this season, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.

    Bundy recently stated that he intended to return to the big club before the end of the campaign, but he couldn't complete a scheduled three-inning simulated game due to discomfort and is now almost certain to be shut down for the remainder of the season. After breaking out with a career-best campaign in 2020, the right-hander has suffered through a miserable 2021 season, posting his worst ERA (6.06) as a big leaguer while registering a 2-9 record. Bundy will be a free agent in the offseason, and his struggles this year -- along with the shoulder injury -- have likely lowered his attractiveness to big-league clubs considerably.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Tosses bullpen Wednesday

    Bundy (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Wednesday and expects to return this season, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

    Bundy's session Wednesday included just 20 pitches -- all of which were fastballs -- and will be followed by another bullpen Saturday. He'll need to face live hitters and mix in all of his pitches before being able to return to game action, but the right-hander remains confident that he'll be back with the big club before the end of the campaign. "We haven't gotten that far, as far as how many pitches I need to get up to or whatnot, but I'm very confident that before the season is over I'll be back out there at some point," Bundy said.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Lands on IL

    Bundy was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a right shoulder strain.

    There was no indication Bundy had left Tuesday's start after 1.1 innings due to an injury, but he apparently injured his shoulder in that brief, one-run outing. The righty will be eligible to return from the IL in early September, though it's unclear whether that will be enough time for him to get healthy. It's been a miserable 2021 season for Bundy, who's gone 2-9 with a 6.06 ERA in 90.2 innings.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Lasts 1.1 innings

    Bundy allowed one run on one hit and three walks while striking out three across 1.1 innings during Tuesday's win over the Orioles. He did not factor into the decision.

    Bundy continued this season's struggles with another poor performance. After serving up a solo homer to Ryan Mountcastle in the first inning, the right-hander faced four batters in the second, walking two and hitting one before getting pulled. Since rejoining the rotation, Bundy has given up nine runs and 11 walks across five starts (20.2 innings), bringing his ERA to 6.06. Even if Bundy gets another chance in the rotation, he's not a reliable option for fantasy purposes.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Takes no-decision

    Bundy allowed two runs on three hits and a pair of walks while striking out three over 4.2 innings against the Tigers on Tuesday. He did not factor into the decision.

    It was another mediocre performance for Bundy, who has turned in one strong start in his four opportunities since rejoining the rotation. The right-hander has given up eight runs and eight walks in that span. It's been a tough season for Bundy, who has pitched to the tune of a 6.04 ERA and 1.33 WHIP across 22 outings, including 18 starts. The 28-year-old is expected to stick in the rotation while Alex Cobb (wrist) remains on the shelf. Bundy tentatively lines up for a road contest at Baltimore next week.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Falters in ninth loss

    Bundy (2-9) took the loss against Toronto on Wednesday, pitching four innings and allowing three runs on four hits and no walks while striking out two.

    The veteran hurler was given another start after posting 6.1 scoreless innings against Texas his last time out. Things didn't go nearly as well against the Blue Jays, who rattled Bundy for a pair of third-inning homers. In fact, all four of Toronto's hits against the right-hander went for extra bases. Bundy has had a tremendously disappointing campaign, posting a 6.17 ERA through 84.2 innings. It looks like he could stick in the rotation, though, at least until Alex Cobb (wrist) is able to return from the injured list.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Dominates Rangers

    Bundy (2-8) allowed three hits and two walks while striking out six across 6.1 scoreless innings to earn the win Thursday against the Rangers.

    Bundy tallied his first quality start since May 2 and his first win since June 7 with this effort. Despite the strong results, there were still some concerning signs as he started only 10 of the 24 batters he faced with a strike and also produced only seven swinging strikes on 84 total pitches. Nevertheless, it was an encouraging outing for Bundy, and he should have a chance to stick in the rotation so long as Alex Cobb (wrist) is sidelined.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Gets another start

    Bundy is scheduled to start Thursday's game against the Rangers, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    After working as a reliever for most of the past month, Bundy picked up a start last week versus the Athletics, working 4.1 innings while surrendering three runs on two hits and four walks. While that outing likely won't be enough to keep Bundy in the rotation permanently, the recent trade of Andrew Heaney to the Yankees along with Alex Cobb's (wrist) move to the injured list will allow the 28-year-old to pick up another start. Whether working out of the rotation or bullpen this season, Bundy hasn't been remotely effective, compiling a 6.66 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 70:27 K:BB In 74.1 innings.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Labors in return as starter

    Bundy (1-8) lost Thursday's 4-0 game at the hand of the Athletics, allowing three runs on two hits and four walks with two strikeouts in 4.1 innings.

    Bundy calmed down after permitting the game's first three batters to reach base, all of whom would eventually score, to retire 12 of 13 Athletics between the first and fifth innings. It was reported that Bundy would only throw 50-60 pitches, but he stayed in for 72 given his successful rebound following the first inning, though he threw just 56 percent of his pitches for strikes. Bundy's stay in the rotation may hinge on Alex Cobb's blister, though the adequate showing may earn Bundy more innings on an Angels team desperate for pitching.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Will be limited in Thursday's start

    Bundy will only throw 50-to-60 pitches in Thursday's start against the Athletics, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.

    This doesn't come as much surprise given that Bundy hasn't tossed more than 50 pitches in an outing since June 20. Bundy has most recently worked out of the bullpen after struggling as a starter earlier in the season, though that hasn't helped his results as he's allowed three earned runs across three innings as a reliever. Manager Joe Maddon said that a bulk reliever will follow after Bundy, but he declined to name that pitcher in advance.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Slated to start Thursday

    Angels manager Joe Maddon said Bundy will start Thursday's game against the Athletics, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

    After posting a 6.78 ERA and 1.42 WHIP through his first 14 starts of the season, Bundy was moved to the bullpen in late June. The Angels haven't made much use of him since he transitioned to relief duty, with Bundy covering just five frames across four appearances while giving up four runs (three earned) and striking out eight. Bundy may only be making a spot start Thursday in place of Alex Cobb (finger), who is tending to a blister that could result in his placement on the injured list. Since Bundy hasn't tossed more than 50 pitches in an outing since June 20, he likely won't be asked to work deep into Thursday's contest.

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  • Angels' Dylan Bundy: Bound for bullpen

    Angels manager Joe Maddon said Thursday that Bundy will pitch out of the bullpen moving forward, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.

    Bundy vomited on the mound during his most recent start Monday against the Yankees, an unfortunate metaphor for how his season has gone thus far. Since he only tossed 43 pitches in that outing, the Angels made Bundy available in relief in Wednesday's 11-8 comeback win over New York, when Shohei Ohtani was bounced from the game early. Bundy struck out three in two scoreless frames after Ohtani exited, and the Angels evidently saw enough promise from the 28-year-old in the relief role to give him an extended look out of the bullpen. Even if Bundy ultimately finds more long-term success out of the bullpen, the move from the rotation is undoubtedly a negative development for his fantasy prospects. After Bundy broke out last season to produce a career-low 3.29 ERA and career-high 27.0 percent strikeout rate, fantasy managers invested an early-round pick in him and had high expectations, but he's struggled to a 6.58 ERA while striking out a career-low 21.5 percent of opposing batters in 67 frames. Jose Suarez will step into the rotation in Bundy's place.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Tulsa, OK
Age: 29
Experience: 6
Bats/Throws: S, R