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.
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.
Bundy joined the Orioles’ Opening Day roster in 2016 despite having no minor league options. On April 7, 1290 days after his last Major League appearance, he made his season debut. Bundy earned a save by holding the Minnesota Twins to a single hit in an inning of work.
Where Did Dylan Bundy Grow Up?
Professional baseball pitcher Dylan Bundy grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Tulsa is a city located in the state of Oklahoma in the United States, on the Arkansas River. The Deco District in the city’s core is where the majority of the city’s art deco buildings may be found.
The flourishing local oil sector in the 20th century fuelled a construction boom that resulted in the creation of iconic landmarks such as the Philcade and Philtower buildings.
An Italianate palace that was formerly the residence of a prominent local oil magnate now serves as the home of the Philbrook Museum of Art.