Bundy (1-6) earned the win Monday against the Royals after allowing two runs on six hits while fanning two across 5.2 innings.
Bundy ended just one out away from posting a quality start, but he delivered his best outing of the campaign by a wide margin. He was coming off four straight appearances in which he allowed at least four earned runs, but he bounced back in a big way here. His next start is tentatively scheduled for June 14 on the road against the Athletics.
Bundy (0-6) allowed four runs on five hits and two walks over 5.2 innings Monday, striking out five and taking the loss against San Francisco.
Bundy looked solid through three shutout innings but gave up a home run in each of the next three frames, starting with a two-run shot by Evan Longoria in the fourth. It was his third straight start allowing multiple homers and the fourth straight outing giving up at least four runs. The 28-year-old's ERA actually dropped a tick to 6.49 through 51.1 innings. Bundy is lined up to face the Royals at home next week.
Bundy allowed four runs on five hits and a walk while striking out two over 2.1 innings against the Athletics on Sunday. He did not factor into the decision.
Bundy continued to have problems with the home run ball in Sunday's meeting with the Athletics. The 28-year-old surrendered a solo home run to Matt Olson and a two-run blast to Seth Brown in the second inning to put his team in an early 3-0 hole. His day didn't last much longer after allowing a leadoff triple and two singles in the third before being pulled. Bundy now owns a disappointing 6.50 ERA and 48:13 K:BB over 45.2 innings heading into his next start.
Bundy (0-5) took the loss Saturday at Boston after giving up seven runs on eight hits with three strikeouts and two walks over four innings.
The 28-year-old surrendered one run over the first three frames but was tagged for six runs across the fourth and fifth innings. Bundy has now taken the loss in five of his last six starts and carries a 6.80 ERA for the season.
Bundy (0-4) took the 14-11 loss Saturday against the Dodgers, allowing six runs on five hits and one walk with three strikeouts.
Bundy faced the minimum through three innings but allowed six of seven batters to reach base in the fourth before being removed. Reliever Steve Cishek proceeded to allow two inherited runners to score along with two other Dodgers for a disastrous fourth inning. Bundy hasn't been able to maintain his 2020 form, evidenced by his winless record and 5.03 ERA.
Bundy (0-3) allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out six over six innings in a loss to the Mariners on Sunday.
Bundy was outdueled by Justus Sheffield on Sunday and was handed another tough loss despite pitching particularly well. The 28-year-old cruised through the first three innings but allowed three singles in the fourth which resulted in the first run for the Mariners. He then surrendered a leadoff ground rule double to Luis Torrens in the fifth who eventually came around to score after a pair of sacrifice hits. Bundy has recorded a quality outing in five of his six starts yet remains winless on the year so far. He'll be in search of his first win in a tough matchup against the Dodgers later in the week.
Bundy allowed two runs on three hits and a walk over six innings in Sunday's win over Houston. He struck out six batters and did not factor in the decision.
Bundy allowed just four baserunners through six shutout frames before running into some trouble in the seventh. He hit Yordan Alvarez with a pitch and then served up a game-tying, two-run shot to Yuli Gurriel, spoiling an otherwise terrific outing. The 28-year-old righty lowered his season ERA to 4.20 across 30 innings. Bundy will take the mound in Seattle next Sunday.
Bundy (0-2) allowed five runs on seven hits and two walks over five innings Monday, striking out six batters and taking the loss against Texas.
Bundy had yielded just one run through five innings on an Adolis Garcia solo shot before things unraveled in the sixth. He walked Joey Gallo to begin the inning before coughing up three straight singles. After he was removed from the game, he was tagged with two more runs with Steve Cishek on the mound. The 28-year-old righty now owns a 4.50 ERA and 28:7 K:BB through 24 innings. Still in search of his first win, Bundy will take the mound in Houston on Sunday.
Bundy (0-1) took the loss against Kansas City on Tuesday, tossing seven innings and allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out six.
Bundy couldn't quite match another strong effort by the Royals' Danny Duffy, but he still posted his third straight quality start to begin the campaign. The right-hander threw 64 of his 94 pitches for strikes and racked up 16 swings-and-misses in his longest outing of the season. Bundy has registered a 3.32 ERA and 22:5 K:BB across 19 innings, but he hasn't yet garnered a win. He'll try to pick up the elusive first victory in his next outing, currently scheduled for Monday versus Texas.
Bundy took a no-decision during Tuesday's loss to the Astros, striking out 10 across six innings while allowing two runs on four hits and a pair of walks.
Bundy looked sharp for the second straight start. The only damage against him came in the form of back-to-back solo home runs by Kyle Tucker and Aledmys Diaz in the second inning. Despite the strong performance, the game was tied when Bundy left, leaving him winless (0-3) in his career against the Astros. The right-hander, who has tallied 16 strikeouts across his two outings thus far, made this start sooner than anticipated after Griffin Canning was scratched due to having warmed up in the bullpen Sunday. He'll look to keep things rolling Tuesday at Kansas City.
Bundy will start Tuesday's game against the Astros, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Bundy posted a quality start during his Opening Day outing against the White Sox and was initially lined up to make his second start of the season Thursday. Griffin Canning was scheduled to start Tuesday, but he warmed up in the bullpen during Sunday's win over the White Sox. As a result, Bundy will start one game earlier than expected, although he'll still be pitching on normal rest.
Bundy allowed three runs on six hits and a walk while striking out six over six innings in a victory over the White Sox on Thursday.
Bundy posted a quality start in his season debut and looked sharp with the exception of allowing a fifth-inning homer to Adam Eaton. The other earned run was a result of poor fielding while Luis Robert was menacing the Angels on the basepaths. The 28-year-old had what many considered to be a breakout season in 2020, recording a 3.29 ERA and 2.95 FIP.
The Angels announced Monday that Bundy will start their April 1 season opener versus the White Sox.
After a ninth-place finish in the American League Cy Young balloting in his first season with the Angels, Bundy was unsurprising awarded the Opening Day nod for 2021. Though Bundy has lost a few ticks on his fastball since reaching the big leagues as a teenager in 2012, he's made up for his drop in velocity by making significant improvements in his control and command, which has in turn allowed him to raise his strikeout rate and induce weaker contact. Despite his sketchy track record prior to arriving in Los Angeles, Bundy still looks like a quality No. 2 or 3 starter for a fantasy pitching staff.
Bundy pitched 4.2 scoreless innings against Chicago in a Cactus League game Sunday, yielding two hits and one walk while striking out two.
Bundy was scheduled to throw four innings heading into the contest, but he ended up getting a couple more outs in the fifth due to his efficient pitch count. The right-hander finished with 53 pitches overall, then proceeded to throw some more in the bullpen following the outing, per Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic. Bundy has yet to allow a run through two spring starts and is lined up to take the mound for the Angels on Opening Day.
Bundy and the Angels reached a one-year, $8.325 million deal Friday, avoiding arbitration.
Bundy was able to reach an agreement with the Angels on Friday without an arbiter. The 28-year-old should enter the 2021 season as one of the team's top starting options after posting a 3.29 ERA and 1.04 WHIP with 72 strikeouts over 65.2 innings across 11 starts last season.
Bundy was scratched from Saturday's start against the Dodgers with a cut on his finger, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
The 27-year-old apparently would have pitched were the Angels still in playoff contention, but the team will play it safe and hold him out now that it's been eliminated. It brings an early end to Bundy's rebound season, and he finishes 2020 with a 3.29 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 72:17 K:BB over 65.2 innings (11 starts)
Bundy (6-3) picked up the win Monday against the Rangers, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out three over five innings.
Bundy lasted just 2.2 frames in his outing prior to Monday, surrendering six runs (five earned) on six hits and two walks, but he responded by securing the victory over Texas. He gave up a solo homer in the first, followed by an RBI double in the second and an RBI single in the third, however, the Angels put up eight runs on the day, plenty of scoring to bring home the win. The 27-year-old owns a 3.29 ERA and 1.04 WHIP to go along with 72 punchouts across 65.2 innings this season.
Bundy (5-3) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Diamondbacks. He gave up six runs (five earned) on six hits and two walks while fanning two across 2.2 innings.
This was Bundy's shortest and worst outing of the entire season by a wide margin -- he was coming off back-to-back starts in which he hurled at least seven innings while allowing two runs each time. Bundy also snapped a streak of four outings allowing two or fewer earned runs with this woeful performance, and he will attempt to turn things around in his next scheduled Sept. 21 start at home against the Rangers.
Bundy (5-2) picked up the win Thursday against the Rangers, allowing two runs on four hits and one walk across 7.1 innings. He struck out 12.
Bundy allowed a run in the first, but did not allow Texas to score again until the eighth. The right-hander's 12 strikeouts set a season high. Bundy has allowed two earned runs or fewer in each of his last four outings and will take a strong 2.48 ERA into his start against Arizona on Wednesday.
Bundy did not factor into the decision during Friday's win against Houston, allowing two runs on six hits and a walk while striking out eight across seven innings.
Facing Houston for the first time this season, Bundy held the Astros scoreless until the fourth inning, when he gave up a leadoff walk and a pair of doubles that resulted in two runs. The 27-year-old threw 66 of 100 pitches for strikes and left the game with the lead, though Houston tied things up in the ninth, preventing him from earning the win. Bundy now sports a 2.49 ERA and 0.95 WHIP on the season. He'll take the mound next Thursday at Texas.
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