Dylan Bundy arguably had the worst start of his professional career tonight. The results: five innings, one run (it was unearned), two hits, no walks and three strikeouts.
That's how spectacular the Orioles righthander has been this year for low Class A Delmarva. Bundy's two hits allowed were a season-high, as were the five innings he threw. Bundy, 19, still has a flawless 0.00 ERA (with two unearned runs allowed) in 25 innings with two hits, two walks, a hit batsman and 36 strikeouts of the 82 batters he's faced.
With Bryce Harper, Mike Trout and Matt Moore all in the big leagues, it's a more open debate about who is the best prospect in the minors right now. Bundy certainly has a strong case.
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