Dylan Bundy might actually be human after all. Bundy-watch was in full swing last night at the Orioles prospect took the mound on for Single-A Delmarva on the road in Charleston and was charged with an unearned run.
Bundy finished the outing with three innings of one hit ball and recorded eight of his nine outs with strikeouts. He’s now struck out 33 batters in his 20 innings pitched this season and has surrendered just two hits and two free passes.
He left the game last night with the shorebirds trailing 1-0, but didn’t record the loss as Delmarva tied the game.
With two outs and no one on, he struck out Mason Williams but Williams reached first on a wild pitch. He then scored on a somewhat bizarre sequence where catcher Gabriel Lino threw a ball back wildly toward Bundy and it went into center field. Center fielder Glynn Davis then threw towards third to try and get Mason out, but the wild throw went into the dugout and Mason scored. Delmarva was charged with three errors in that inning. Without Mason reaching on the wild pitch, Bundy would have had a 1-2-3 last of the third.