Dylan Bundy is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Angels.
On August 14, 2012, Bundy was promoted to the Bowie Baysox, then on September 19, 2012, he was promoted to the Baltimore Orioles. Bundy made his Major League Baseball debut on September 23 against the Boston Red Sox as a reliever. He got two outs on the record. Only once throughout the season did he appear, pitching one inning against the Blue Jays on September 25.
He had Tommy John’s surgery on June 27, 2013. A layoff of at least a year was predicted for him. A year and a day after Tommy John’s surgery, Bundy had marked June 28, 2014, as the date on which he would return to the field. Bundy was forced to retire on July 29, 2015, due to calcification in his shoulder.
There was no estimate of when he would be back when he was shut down. On August 26, it was reported that he and Orioles teammate Hunter Harvey would pitch in an instructional league in September of 2015.
Dylan Bundy Contract
Bundy, a right-hander for the Minnesota Twins, was signed to a one-year deal worth $5 million by the team. In 2022, Bundy will earn $4 million. In 2023, he has a club option or a $1 million buyout built into his contract.
Dylan Bundy Salary
Dylan Bundy takes home an annual average salary of $4,000,000 as a professional baseball pitcher.
Dylan Bundy Net Worth
Dylan Bundy has a net worth of $1 million.