Bundy ponders peaks, valleys of season
As the Orioles’ season wound down in September, one of the few players who endured the entire thing kept putting off any kind of reflection until he was back home.
Now that the season is over, Dylan Bundy has plenty to examine.
The Orioles’ Opening Day starter had a season defined by its peaks and valleys, the totality of which made for a frustrating one for him and the club that has spent years waiting for him to be a 30-start, top-of-the-rotation starter.
“I came into this year and my goal was 30 starts, and it looks like I’m going to get 31 — 32 if you count the rainout — but that’s my goal coming into the year, 30 starts,” Bundy said in the final week of the season. “I made it, and I’m going to get one more, so I’m really excited about that. Numbers-wise, there are some See BUNDY, page 5