Bundy (knee) played catch and ran Tuesday, and he's scheduled to throw a bullpen session Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Bundy received a cortisone injection in his right knee Saturday, and the right-hander felt great following Tuesday's activities. If all goes according to plan, he'll toss a side session Wednesday, and the Orioles are optimistic that he'll be able to return from the injured list when first eligible July 23.
Bundy (knee) received a cortisone shot in his right knee Saturday and is confident that he will return to the rotation when first eligible July 23, Rich Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Bundy recently received a cortisone shot intended to provide some relief and remove the fluid that had built up in his knee. He is tentatively expected to return to the rotation next Tuesday after the 10-day minimum. After just recently trading Andrew Cashner to the Red Sox, the Orioles will need Bundy to stay healthy, as John Means, Gabriel Ynoa and Bundy are the only pitchers who are consistently getting starts in their rotation. Bundy is 4-11 on the year with a 5.28 ERA and 97:32 K:BB ratio across 92 innings of work.
Bundy (knee tendinitis) is expected to miss just one start, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
He was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday after dealing with knee tendinitis in his Friday start. The timeline suggests Bundy could return to the rotation on July 23 against the Diamondbacks. Aaron Brooks is reportedly available to start for Bundy on short rest against the Nationals on Wednesday, per Kubatko. Gabriel Ynoa would be another option to make that start.
Bundy was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday with right knee tendinitis.
Bundy started feeling something in his knee while warming up for Friday's start, but he opted to try to pitch through it, which seems like a mistake in hindsight. He gave up seven earned runs while recording just three outs in that start against the Rays. Gabriel Ynoa, who threw 5.1 innings Friday after Bundy exited, could start in his place in the short term.
Bundy has knee tendinitis and could require a stint on the injured list, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
He started feeling something in his knee while warming up for Friday's start, but he opted to try to pitch through it, which seems like a mistake in hindsight. Bundy gave up seven earned runs while recording just three outs in that start against the Rays. It would be wise to avoid deploying Bundy in weekly leagues if an IL move has not yet been made when lineups lock.
Bundy, who gave up seven earned runs and recorded just three outs in Friday's start against the Rays, was dealing with some knee soreness, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Apparently his knee started bothering him while long tossing and in the bullpen prior to the game, but he attempted to pitch through it with awful results. Consider him questionable for his scheduled start Wednesday against the Nationals.
Bundy allowed one run on three hits with two walks and six strikeouts across 6.2 innings to earn a victory against the Blue Jays on Friday.
The 26-year-old really needed this win, as it snapped a four-game losing streak. Bundy gave up a homer for the ninth time in the last eight games, but it was only a solo homer, and because he yielded just two other hits, Bundy posted his fewest hits allowed since May 17. He improved to 4-10 with a 4.65 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 96 strikeouts in 91 innings this season.
Bundy is scheduled to start Friday's game at Toronto, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Bundy originally lined up to start Monday but had his start pushed back one day, and he will now receive a few additional days of rest before retaking the mound. The 26-year-old has no reported healthy issues, but manager Brandon Hyde wanted to restructure the starting rotation heading into the All-Star break. Bundy is also expected to start the first game out of the break July 12 against Tampa Bay.
The Orioles are no longer listing Bundy as their probable starter for Tuesday's game against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Manager Brandon Hyde hasn't formally ruled Bundy out from making Tuesday's start, though the skipper recently suggested that he wanted the right-hander to pick up some extra rest following his five-run, four-inning outing versus the Padres back on June 26. Bundy would be available Tuesday on five days' rest, so any decision to bump him back further could be an indication the Orioles aren't fully confident in his health. Expect the Orioles to clarify their rotation plans for the final week before the All-Star break following Monday's series opener in Tampa Bay.
Bundy will get an extra day of rest before his next scheduled start, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Bundy was lined up to start Monday against the Rays on normal rest, but manager Brandon Hyde decided to give him an extra day, so he will take the ball Tuesday against Tampa Bay instead. The Orioles have not yet announced who will start Monday's contest.
Bundy (3-10) took the loss Wednesday as the Orioles were downed 10-5 by the Padres, giving up five runs on six hits and three walks over four-plus innings while striking out four.
The right-hander gave up two more long balls, Nos. 18 and 19 on the year in only 84.1 innings (2.03 HR/9), to set the tone for what ended up being a five-homer afternoon for San Diego hitters. Bundy will carry a 4.91 ERA and 90:30 K:BB into his next start Monday in Tampa Bay.
Bundy (3-9) pitched 5.1 innings and gave up four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out eight in a losing effort against Seattle on Thursday.
Bundy was handed a two-run lead before throwing his first pitch and managed to hold the Mariners to one run through five innings but unraveled by giving up four straight hits and three runs in the sixth. It was the second straight appearance in which Bundy was pulled in the sixth inning following a string of four consecutive hits. On a positive note, the 26-year-old racked up eight strikeouts for the second game in a row, tying a season-high mark that he has now reached five times. Bundy will carry a 4.59 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 86:27 K:BB into his next start at home against San Diego on Wednesday.
Bundy (3-8) took the loss Saturday against the Red Sox, allowing three runs (two earned) on eight hits and two walks while striking out eight batters over five frames.
The strikeouts tied Bundy's season high, but the outing was decent at best overall. He didn't allow any runs through the first five innings but was pulled with no outs in the sixth after allowing hits to the first four batters, three of whom would come around to score. Bundy has an unremarkable 4.44 ERA on the season, though that's at least over a run better than his 5.45 mark from last season. He'll next pitch Thursday in Seattle.
Bundy (3-7) took the loss after yielding three runs on four hits and a walk while striking out six over six innings Sunday against Houston.
Bundy looked solid through the first three innings, though he allowed a two-run homer in the fourth and an RBI single in the sixth prior to exiting. Despite being handed the loss, he did register a quality start. Bundy has held opponents to three or fewer runs in each of his last seven starts, earning himself three wins over that stretch. He's posted a 4.50 ERA with 70 punchouts across 70 innings this season.
Bundy (3-6) allowed three earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four across five innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Rangers.
Bundy didn't turn in his finest outing but was given nine runs of support by the Orioles' offense, allowing him to earn his third win in his last six starts. He surrendered a solo home run to the first batter he faced, but rebounded to allow only a single in each of the third and fifth innings. Though he hasn't worked particularly deep into games -- he's recorded 18 or more outs just twice -- Bundy hasn't allowed more than three earned runs in any of his last six starts, posting a 30:10 K:BB in that span. He'll look to keep the steady work going in his next outing, currently scheduled for Sunday at Houston.
Bundy (2-6) allowed three earned runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out eight across seven innings to take the loss Tuesday.
Bundy was touched up for a run in each of the first two innings but managed to settle down to record his first quality start in his last four outings. While he's gotten relatively strong results this season -- he has a 4.58 ERA and 1.24 WHIP with 60 strikeouts across 59 innings -- he has allowed a troubling 2.0 HR/9. That could spell trouble for his next start, currently scheduled for next Tuesday against the Rangers at hitter-friendly Globe Life Park.
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.
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