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.
The Minnesota Twins signed Bundy to a one-year deal on December 1, 2021, with an option for the team to extend the deal for an additional year in 2023.
In the 2011 Major League Baseball draft, the Orioles picked Bundy with the fourth overall pick. He made his debut in Major League Baseball in 2012, but because to injuries, he did not return to the majors until 2016.
After spending the entirety of 2019 pitching for Baltimore, he was sent to the Angels on December 4, 2019.
Bundy’s arsenal includes the four-seam, two-seam, and cut fastballs, in addition to the curveball and changeup, which are also off-speed pitches. As a player in high school, he reached speeds of up to 100 miles per hour with his four-seam fastball.
His fastball velocity dropped to the 93–94 mile per hour level after he had surgery on his elbow. Bundy concentrates on throwing his cutter at left-handed batters so that he can dominate them in the inner half of the strike zone.
As well as a changeup, he can throw a curveball between 75 and 77 miles per hour, which was regarded as one of the best in the Orioles farm system in 2012.
What Is Dylan Bundy Salary: How Much Does Dylan Bundy Make?
Dylan Bundy takes home an annual average salary of $5,000,000 as a professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins.