Baltimore Orioles

Dylan Bundy

Batting
Runs 662 24th
Batting Average .246 21st
On Base Percentage .308 25th
Slugging Percentage .411 25th
Pitching
Earned Run Average 5.68 30th
Quality Starts 37 24th
WHIP 1.47 29th
BAA .273 28th
2019 AL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
New York 99 54 .647 L1
Tampa Bay 89 63 .586 L2
Boston 79 72 .523 L2
Toronto 61 91 .401 W3
Baltimore 49 103 .322 L3
Injuries
  • There are no injuries listed at this time.

Baltimore Orioles News


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  • @Orioles • 14h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: New Pitchers Who May Contribute In 2020

    I know the Baltimore Orioles pitching is bad. You know how bad they are. The entire baseball world knows that if you're in a slump and see the Orioles coming up on the schedule, things are about to turn around for you. But to their credit, we have seen plenty of improvements from a handful of players as the season has progressed.

    The 2019 season was all about evaluating players currently in the organization and searching out for low-cost options to try and find a diamond in the rough. On the offensive side of things, Hanser Alberto has certainly been quite the find.

    I know the Baltimore Orioles pitching is bad. You know how bad they are. The entire baseball world knows that if you're in a slump and see the Orioles coming up on the schedule, things are about to turn around for you. But to their credit, we have seen plenty of improvements from a handful of players as the season has progressed.

    The 2019 season was all about evaluating players currently in the organization and searching out for low-cost options to try and find a diamond in the rough. On the offensive side of things, Hanser Alberto has certainly been quite the find.

  • @Orioles • 16h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Cavan Biggio Makes History At Camden Yards

    I've always been a firm believer in the idea that bad baseball is better than no baseball at all. I still believe it, but last night's loss by the Baltimore Orioles really tested that as the Toronto Blue Jays mounted a late-game comeback to take game one of a three-game series and send the Orioles to a 49-102 record.

    In the process, Toronto rookie Cavan Biggio hit for the cycle, joining Jeff Frye (2001) and Kelly Gruber (1990) as the only players in franchise history to achieve the storied milestone. His cycle marks just the second time in MLB history that a father and son have both hit for the cycle in their careers, with Gary and Daryle Ward being the only other duo.

    I've always been a firm believer in the idea that bad baseball is better than no baseball at all. I still believe it, but last night's loss by the Baltimore Orioles really tested that as the Toronto Blue Jays mounted a late-game comeback to take game one of a three-game series and send the Orioles to a 49-102 record.

    In the process, Toronto rookie Cavan Biggio hit for the cycle, joining Jeff Frye (2001) and Kelly Gruber (1990) as the only players in franchise history to achieve the storied milestone. His cycle marks just the second time in MLB history that a father and son have both hit for the cycle in their careers, with Gary and Daryle Ward being the only other duo.

  • @Orioles • 24h
    MLB

    Camden Chat: Orioles overtaken late in 8-5 loss to the Blue Jays

    The ball was flying out early and often tonight at Camden Yards and the lead changed hands more than a couple times. The O's managed to keep things close until the ninth inning when Toronto scratched a crooked four spot onto the scoreboard.

    Oriole starter Chandler Shepherd set a quick pace in his first major league start while there was a confounding gaffe when a foul pop-up fell between Rio Ruiz and Chance Sisco in the first. Both guys were tracking it when Sisco stopped suddenly to look at his teammate and Ruiz reached out in vain as the ball fell between the two.

    The ball was flying out early and often tonight at Camden Yards and the lead changed hands more than a couple times. The O's managed to keep things close until the ninth inning when Toronto scratched a crooked four spot onto the scoreboard.

    Oriole starter Chandler Shepherd set a quick pace in his first major league start while there was a confounding gaffe when a foul pop-up fell between Rio Ruiz and Chance Sisco in the first. Both guys were tracking it when Sisco stopped suddenly to look at his teammate and Ruiz reached out in vain as the ball fell between the two.

  • @Orioles • 2d
    MLB

    Camden Chat: Orioles-Blue Jays series preview: Wrapping up the 2019 season at Camden Yards

    Two rebuilding teams limping to the end of the regular season meet up for a three-game series. Toronto comes to the end of the season a very different-looking team than when it went in. Since the All-Star break, they've sold off a bunch of parts--pitchers Marcus Stroman (Mets), Aaron Sanchez (Astros), Joe Biagini (Astros), and Daniel Hudson (Nats), as well as second baseman Eric Sogard (Tampa Bay), while cutting shortstop Freddy Galvis (picked up by Cincinnati).

    And yet, annoyingly, while the O's and the Blue Jays were once separated by a handful of games at the bottom of the AL East, that gap has since stretched to 10 games.

    Two rebuilding teams limping to the end of the regular season meet up for a three-game series. Toronto comes to the end of the season a very different-looking team than when it went in. Since the All-Star break, they've sold off a bunch of parts--pitchers Marcus Stroman (Mets), Aaron Sanchez (Astros), Joe Biagini (Astros), and Daniel Hudson (Nats), as well as second baseman Eric Sogard (Tampa Bay), while cutting shortstop Freddy Galvis (picked up by Cincinnati).

    And yet, annoyingly, while the O's and the Blue Jays were once separated by a handful of games at the bottom of the AL East, that gap has since stretched to 10 games.

  • @Orioles • 2d

    Camden Chat: Orioles prospect season in review: Bruce Zimmermann

    The Orioles farm system improved by leaps and bounds during general manager Mike Elias's first season in charge of the club. Exciting new talent was added to the organization and many of the young players that were already in place saw a boost to their performance. One of those pre-Elias players was left-handed pitcher Bruce Zimmermann.

    Zimmermann is a Baltimore native that has only been in the O's system for a little over a year. He was traded to his hometown team at the 2018 trade deadline in a swap with the Braves that sent Kevin Gausman and Darren O'Day to Atlanta in exchange for Evan Phillips, Jean Carlos Encarnacion, Brett Cumberland and Zimmermann.

    The Orioles farm system improved by leaps and bounds during general manager Mike Elias's first season in charge of the club. Exciting new talent was added to the organization and many of the young players that were already in place saw a boost to their performance. One of those pre-Elias players was left-handed pitcher Bruce Zimmermann.

    Zimmermann is a Baltimore native that has only been in the O's system for a little over a year. He was traded to his hometown team at the 2018 trade deadline in a swap with the Braves that sent Kevin Gausman and Darren O'Day to Atlanta in exchange for Evan Phillips, Jean Carlos Encarnacion, Brett Cumberland and Zimmermann.

  • @Orioles • 2d

    Camden Chat: Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles' final homestand begins

    Good morning, Camden Chatters.

    Have you had the opportunity to take in a game at beautiful Camden Yards this season? If not, this week is your last chance.

    The O's will wrap up their 2019 home slate starting tonight, playing three games apiece against the Blue Jays and Mariners, before hitting the road for their final six games of the year. Without checking, I'm going to assume that good seats still remain.

    When the O's last left Baltimore, they were a 99-loss team. They've since reached triple digits, as the four-game series between the two worst teams in baseball ended the only way it could, with a split.

    Good morning, Camden Chatters.

    Have you had the opportunity to take in a game at beautiful Camden Yards this season? If not, this week is your last chance.

    The O's will wrap up their 2019 home slate starting tonight, playing three games apiece against the Blue Jays and Mariners, before hitting the road for their final six games of the year. Without checking, I'm going to assume that good seats still remain.

    When the O's last left Baltimore, they were a 99-loss team. They've since reached triple digits, as the four-game series between the two worst teams in baseball ended the only way it could, with a split.

  • @Orioles • 2d
    MLB

    Camden Chat: Orioles, so over it, lose to Tigers in 5-2 snoozefest

    When you were a kid, did you ever fantasize about being a professional athlete? Maybe you imagined yourself hitting a World Series-winning home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. Or throwing the game-ending touchdown with zero seconds left on the clock. "And the crowd goes wild!" you exclaimed, imitating the roaring and cheering of the many thousands of adoring fans watching your heroic feats.

    Yeah. Turns out, the reality of being a professional athlete can be a bit less glamorous.

    Sometimes you're just an exhausted cog in a malfunctioning machine. You're on a terrible team, playing against an even more terrible team, on a Monday afternoon, in front of a couple hundred bored fans in late September of an utterly useless season.

    When you were a kid, did you ever fantasize about being a professional athlete? Maybe you imagined yourself hitting a World Series-winning home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. Or throwing the game-ending touchdown with zero seconds left on the clock. "And the crowd goes wild!" you exclaimed, imitating the roaring and cheering of the many thousands of adoring fans watching your heroic feats.

    Yeah. Turns out, the reality of being a professional athlete can be a bit less glamorous.

    Sometimes you're just an exhausted cog in a malfunctioning machine. You're on a terrible team, playing against an even more terrible team, on a Monday afternoon, in front of a couple hundred bored fans in late September of an utterly useless season.

  • @Orioles • 2d

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles Add RHP Eric Hanhold, DFA Ty Blach

    Just before taking the field for one final game against the Detroit Tigers, the Baltimore Orioles announced a small roster move involving their pitching staff. Per an official team release, the Orioles have claimed RHP Eric Hanhold off waivers from the New York Mets and designated RHP Ty Blach for assignment.

    Blach was claimed off waivers from the San Francisco Giants in early August and was never able to gain footing with the Orioles. In five starts at the big league level, Blach went 1-3 with an 11.32 ERA, 2.

    Just before taking the field for one final game against the Detroit Tigers, the Baltimore Orioles announced a small roster move involving their pitching staff. Per an official team release, the Orioles have claimed RHP Eric Hanhold off waivers from the New York Mets and designated RHP Ty Blach for assignment.

    Blach was claimed off waivers from the San Francisco Giants in early August and was never able to gain footing with the Orioles. In five starts at the big league level, Blach went 1-3 with an 11.32 ERA, 2.

  • @Orioles • 2d

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: On This Day, The Orioles Became Winners Again

    I don't remember much about the 1997 Baltimore Orioles, their 98 regular-season wins, or their playoff run that ended in six games to the Cleveland Indians. I have vague memories of going to ball games that season, mainly being extremely excited over the fact that Scott Kamieniecki started one game I went to. I was 10 at the time and had a weird fascination with Kamieniecki that I can't explain to this day.

    However, my dad will gladly talk about watching Mike Mussina strike out 15 Indians in seven innings in that game three extra-inning loss and he's still bitter about someone using the same VHS tape he used to record game six while he was at work to record cartoons, even though the Orioles would go on to lose and drop the series.

    I don't remember much about the 1997 Baltimore Orioles, their 98 regular-season wins, or their playoff run that ended in six games to the Cleveland Indians. I have vague memories of going to ball games that season, mainly being extremely excited over the fact that Scott Kamieniecki started one game I went to. I was 10 at the time and had a weird fascination with Kamieniecki that I can't explain to this day.

    However, my dad will gladly talk about watching Mike Mussina strike out 15 Indians in seven innings in that game three extra-inning loss and he's still bitter about someone using the same VHS tape he used to record game six while he was at work to record cartoons, even though the Orioles would go on to lose and drop the series.


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  • @Orioles • 2d

    Camden Chat: Orioles announce new Director of Player Development and other front office hires

    When the Orioles hired Mike Elias to be the new GM last year, it was already late in the calendar for him to be able to pull off a big transformation of the O's operation. In the last couple of weeks, with the Orioles not renewing the contracts of a lot of scouts and player development people, the board was cleared for fresh hires ready to carry out a new vision to bring the organization to a better place.

    On Monday, the team started to make some of those new people with new jobs official, announcing a variety of front office hires, including a new Director of Player Development, Matt Blood.

    When the Orioles hired Mike Elias to be the new GM last year, it was already late in the calendar for him to be able to pull off a big transformation of the O's operation. In the last couple of weeks, with the Orioles not renewing the contracts of a lot of scouts and player development people, the board was cleared for fresh hires ready to carry out a new vision to bring the organization to a better place.

    On Monday, the team started to make some of those new people with new jobs official, announcing a variety of front office hires, including a new Director of Player Development, Matt Blood.


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  • @Orioles • 3d

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Credit To Cedric Mullins For Strong Finish In 2019

    Cedric Mullins entered the 2019 season with enormous expectations as many looked to the 24-year-old, switch-hitting outfielder to take the reigns from Adam Jones and become the new everyday center fielder for the Baltimore Orioles.

    Some fans bought into the hype and expected big things out of the speedy rookie. Some never seemed to buy into Mullins or his abilities to become a major league regular. He provided one of the few polarizing storylines as this year's spring training approached.

    I hesitantly bought in and was excited to see what he could do after hitting .

    Cedric Mullins entered the 2019 season with enormous expectations as many looked to the 24-year-old, switch-hitting outfielder to take the reigns from Adam Jones and become the new everyday center fielder for the Baltimore Orioles.

    Some fans bought into the hype and expected big things out of the speedy rookie. Some never seemed to buy into Mullins or his abilities to become a major league regular. He provided one of the few polarizing storylines as this year's spring training approached.

    I hesitantly bought in and was excited to see what he could do after hitting .


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  • @Orioles • 3d

    Camden Chat: The Orioles have actually been noticeably better in 2019

    Don't get the headline of this post wrong; the Orioles have been tough to watch at times this season. And there have been elements of the game (cough pitching cough) where they have been noticeably worse. But in general, this has been a successful step forward in the rebuilding process that just might have had the desired effect of discovering a few diamond-in-the-rough types of players.

    That's what the 2019 MLB season was meant to be for the Orioles. This organization did not have any misconceptions about competing for a playoff spot or winning the pennant.

    Don't get the headline of this post wrong; the Orioles have been tough to watch at times this season. And there have been elements of the game (cough pitching cough) where they have been noticeably worse. But in general, this has been a successful step forward in the rebuilding process that just might have had the desired effect of discovering a few diamond-in-the-rough types of players.

    That's what the 2019 MLB season was meant to be for the Orioles. This organization did not have any misconceptions about competing for a playoff spot or winning the pennant.


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  • @Orioles • 3d

    Camden Chat: Monday Bird Droppings: Where the two worst teams play one more time

    Hello, friends.

    The Orioles made it official over the weekend that the rebuilding process will include at least back-to-back 100+ loss seasons. We might hope, perhaps a bit foolishly, that the success of the 2019 Bowie Baysox could lead to MLB-quality players bubbling up to the Orioles in the second half of next season in order to avoid another 100+ losses in 2020. Whether reality will be so kind is a question for next year.

    For now, we are stuck with the 2019 O's for another 13 games, including today's series finale against the Tigers, which will determine whether the O's have a winning record or a losing record against the team that's currently worst in MLB.

    Hello, friends.

    The Orioles made it official over the weekend that the rebuilding process will include at least back-to-back 100+ loss seasons. We might hope, perhaps a bit foolishly, that the success of the 2019 Bowie Baysox could lead to MLB-quality players bubbling up to the Orioles in the second half of next season in order to avoid another 100+ losses in 2020. Whether reality will be so kind is a question for next year.

    For now, we are stuck with the 2019 O's for another 13 games, including today's series finale against the Tigers, which will determine whether the O's have a winning record or a losing record against the team that's currently worst in MLB.

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