Chat Forums :: Topic: Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy has been placed (1/1)

Home / Forum / Main Forum / General / Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy has been placed

TOPIC: Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy has been placed

Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy has been placed 3 months 5 days ago #122840

  • zhangzk
  • zhangzk's Avatar
  • Premium Member
  • Posts: 84
  • Karma: 0
Manager Buck Showalter expects Bundy to spend the minimum time on the DL and return for a July 6 game in Minnesota.

Bundy is 6-7 with a 3.75 ERA in 16 starts. He leads the team in wins and strikeouts with 108.

Bundy hurt his left ankle rounding third base Saturday in a win over Atlanta. Bundy tested the ankle on flat ground Tuesday , but experienced pain in his landing foot.

The Orioles considered making the move retroactive to June 24, but Showalter didn’t want Bundy back on the basepaths on July 4 in Philadelphia.

Showalter has not yet decided who will start in Bundy’s place against Seattle on Thursday.

Left-handed reliever Donnie Hart was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday to fill out the pitching staff.

Like with bands and politicians, it's perfectly normal for athletes to enjoy one round of high-profile success before returning to being average. In the NFL, where the average career is so short , this is especially true. And yes, Derek Anederson, we're talking about you - though we're looking forward to watching you replace Cam Newton this year...Back in August, The Sportster looked at 15 players who had fluke NFL seasons whether it was because of over-performing , injuries that took away their best traits, or because they were part of the 2007 Cleveland Browns.Today, we're going to do something similar by looking at players who did have fluke or one-year wonder seasons, but also examine where they are now?I know I've asked this before , but what happens when one in the sports world retires? Do they stick close to the sports world they’ve spent so much of their life in and around? Do they go pursue other careers that maybe they didn’t have the time or energy – or even knowledge – of doing and devoting their time to? Do they wind up in prison – well, we’ll do our best not to talk about these guys today.With players who maybe only have one or two good seasons, are they in the same boat as the Pro Bowlers and Super Bowl MVPs they shared a locker room with? Let's find out.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
Time to create page: 0.462 seconds
Powered by Kunena Forum