While the majority of analysts and scouts were infatuated with the likes of top pitching prep stars Archie Bradley and Dylan Bundy when the 2011 MLB Amateur draft rolled around, a big-armed prep pitcher from South Carolina would be quietly selected in the later half of the draft by the Tampa Bay Rays.That pitcher is Taylor Guerrieri, star right-hander out of Spring Valley High School...
HOTKevin Gausman P | BAL (Baseball America: #26, Baseball Prospectus: #13) Overshadowed by the now-injured Dylan Bundy for the last couple of years, Gausman is finally getting some attention. He has a 3.53 ERA with 32 K and only 1 walk so far in AA. Even better news, on Friday the O’s revealed that they plan to call up Gausman at some point this year. He's a potential impact...
Where have you gone Texas baseball ???
That’s the question I’ve started asking myself these last few weeks…. really months.
The team with the highest winning percentage in Division-1 history (.740).
The team with 77 conference titles and 34 College World Series appearances, both records.
The team that went to the College World Series six consecutive years (2000-06) and...
The Orioles have the top pitching prospect, followed by a couple of guys of note; then the system really falls off.
Note: Avg ranking takes the average of any site I could find that had team rankings (sum of ranks divided by total sites). Comp ranking is the composite for the organization; it basically is a ranking of the averages. Also, this list was completed before minor league...
Dylan Bundy is hoping to avoid surgery with the help of the world-renowned Dr. James Andrews. Bundy is battling a right elbow strain. Dr. Andrews prescribed and injection Bundy with platelet rich plasma. The procedure is designed to help promote healing.
Bundy is one of the highest-rated prospects in baseball, and the Baltimore Orioles want to take every precaution they...
Nats swept by Cards, fall below .500. [WaPo]
Strasburg loses fourth in a row, is struggling with first-pitch strikes. [Boz]
Noted Cards fan tells Nats fans how to be better fans. [Sports On Earth]
F.P. Santangelo, protector of the Nats, has beef with Doc Walker. [Bog]
O’s lose in 10 to Toronto on a goddamned walkoff walk. [Camden Chat]
O’s have won 100 straight when leading late...
The Baltimore Orioles shut down top prospect Dylan Bundy to
start the season as the right-handed starting pitcher battled elbow issues.
Bundy resumed throwing recently, but it brought about a setback that is causing
Baltimore to have him examined by the infamous Dr. James Andrews, according to
Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun.
Dylan Bundy getting second opinion on forearm...
The Baltimore Orioles pulled off another win against the Toronto Blue Jays last night, 4-3, as pitcher Mike Gonzalez won his second game of the season and Jim Johnson recorded his eighth save on the young season.
The Birds are now 12-8 on the season and will look for the series sweep as Josh Stinson – who was called up from Norfolk this week – will start the game on the mound...
I happened to be thinking about Baltimore Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy this afternoon at McKechnie Field. I was watching Nick Kingham long tossing from about 300 feet, throwing from the area between the mound and home plate all the way to the wall next to the 335 sign.
I think about Bundy every time I see a Pirates pitching prospect long tossing from beyond 120 feet, and...
Orioles prized pitching prospect Dylan Bundy wants another opinion on his ailing right arm, this time from Dr. James Andrews.
Bundy has been sidelined since developing elbow soreness late in spring training. The right-hander experienced discomfort while throwing from 90 feet on Monday, which spurred him into requesting a second opinion.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Tuesday...
Via AP on Fox
April 23, 2013
Top Baltimore Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy is
dealing with a mild elbow issue, according to Steve Melewski of MASN Sports.
General manager Dan Duquette confirmed the injury in a text
"Dylan has some mild tightness in his right elbow which
he is resting until it's resolved, which we expect will be in a couple of
Just a quick check in, getting my thoughts on the upcoming 2013 season in the public record. We will check back in at the end of the season to see how we did. American League American League East 1. Baltimore Orioles Predicted Record: 93-69 Hot Youngster: RHP Dylan Bundy Team MVP: CF Adam Jones Best [...]
The No. 2 prospect in baseball, according to Baseball America, has been sent to Triple-A. Baltimore Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy, 20, will pitch for the Norfolk Tides to start the season. Bundy is consid
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Right-hander Dylan Bundy, the Baltimore Orioles top pick in the 2011 draft, made his first Grapefruit League start Saturday night, going two innings, giving up one unearned run on a hit and two walks with a strikeout.
Bundy, who was selected fourth overall and made his major league debut in September in Boston, earned the win as the Orioles beat the Red Sox 5-2.
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March 09, 2013
American League Rookie of the Year candidates will be plentiful for the 2013 season. Several young prospects saw brief looks with their major league clubs late last season while others look to make their mark in the big leagues starting this spring.
Here are five names to watch out for who could be vying for Rookie of the Year Award honors at the end of the season.
1. Danny Hultzen...
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Dylan Bundy is the highest rated pitching prospect in all of baseball, and is creating a lot of buzz and excitement around Baltimore regarding his future. You can’t blame an Orioles fan for envisioning him as their Stephen Strasburg. But before we hop into Doc Brown’s Delorean and head to the future, let’s take a look at what matters...
Dylan Bundy tweeted this photo of himself working out last month, and MLB.com named him the No. 2 prospect on their top 100 last night. So, to recap: my headline is misleading, the O’s have baseball’s second-best prospect and Bundy may be the most muscular pitcher I’ve ever seen.
The Orioles list is strong at the top but begins to taper off quickly after the Top 4 players. The system boasts a fair bit of up-the-middle position talent (especially in the outfield) and strong pitching. There were another three or four prospects that could have easily slide into the 11-15 range and just narrowly missed the list.
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“Careful what you wish for” isn’t just a cliché or a phrase that genies use in Disney movies. ”Careful what you wish for” can also be applied to you, Mr. or Ms. Fantasy Baseballer, wishing a rookie pitcher gets put into a major league rotation. Rookie pitchers are prone to the roofie. To misquote Shakespeare, [...]
The Orioles finished their last multi-city roadtrip today with a 2-1 frustrating loss to the shambling corpse of the Boston Red Sox. The Orioles finished the roadtrip snapping a season-long six-game winning streak that has allowed them to keep pace with the seemingly endless New York Yankees.
Despite the Yankees frustrating inability to lose a game right now, they have helped the...
The Orioles played two very 2012-Oriole-esque games to earn a sweep of the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. After taking game one in very non-Oriole fashion, 10-4, the next two games were much more their style.
In game two, the Birds trailed 2-0 for pretty much the entire game before scoring twice in the top of the ninth inning to tie it up. Neither team would score again until...
After the Orioles played 18 innings on Tuesday, delirium set it in and they said, “We’ve had two bean and cheese burritos since 6 o’clock and we have to pull a double shift ice trucking. Somebody gives us a Christian side hug right now or we’re calling up Dylan Bundy. Okay, fine.” Only they did it with no punctuation and in a spot-on Christopher Walken impersonation...
The Baltimore Orioles are in the middle of a remarkable season and they have already shocked all of baseball by calling up one of their top prospects, shortstop Manny Machado. Now they’re ready to do it again.
The team’s top prospect, 19-year-old Dylan Bundy, is reportedly headed to the big leagues. After Baltimore played an 18-inning game in Seattle on Tuesday, Bundy is being...
The Orioles pulled the trigger on a potentially impactful post-season move by calling up the 19-year-old phenom Dylan Bundy. Electric stuff who projects to be a #1 rotation guy will provide a new weapon for Buck Showalter down the stretch and potentially in the playoffs (although not on the roster by the playoff deadline to be added, there are legal exemptions that can get him on...
Baseball's favorite cinderella story continues. The Orioles outlasted the Mariners on Tuesday night in an 18 inning marathon that kept their fans in Baltimore up until 3:54am. To help re-fill their worn out bullpen, the Orioles called up top-prospect Dylan Bundy from Double-A Bowie. Nick Cafardo spoke with Tom Caron about how the Orioles have been doing just enough every night...