Bundy pitches well in the Orioles 6-4 loss to the Red Sox

Baltimore Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy has struggle in his last two starts before Wednesday evening, giving up ten runs and bringing his ERA to over ten. Against the Red Sox, however, Bundy finally got the start he was looking for going five and a third inning giving up one earned run and striking out five. Bundy will get one more start before the season opener against the New York Yankees on March 27.

Although Bundy pitched very well, the same cannot be said for the Orioles bullpen on the day. The Orioles were on cruise control through the seventh inning, giving up only two runs. The wheels fell off in the eighth, however, as Jimmy Yacabonis gave up four runs, three earned, to give the Red Sox the lead, one that they never relinquished.

Cedric Mullins continued his hot play this spring. Mullins came up a triple shore of hitting for the cycle in the game going three for four with a home run and run scored. Dwight Smith, Jr. is continuing his surprising spring, entering the game in the sixth inning and hitting a home run. Smith is six for 13 on the season. The Orioles continue their spring training games tomorrow at 1:00 P.M. in Bradenton against the Pirates.

Leroy Travers

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