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Topic - Dylan Bundy
Selected fourth overall in the 2011 amateur draft, Bundy made it to the big leagues with Baltimore last season and was expected to contribute again this year. But he developed arm soreness during spring training.
The Baltimore Orioles are throwing 19-year-old pitching prospect Dylan Bundy into the middle of a pennant race.
Jake Odorizzi and Wil Myers dressed side-by-side Sunday afternoon in the corner of the Kansas City clubhouse, one they hope to inhabit soon on a more permanent basis.
The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to terms with first-round pick Dylan Bundy on a $6.25 million, five-year contract.
The signing bonuses for the first-round selections in the 20011 amateur baseball draft: (x-major league contract):
There was no question at No. 1 in the last two baseball drafts.
"It's a little strange," Bundy said, "to Google your name and see your face everywhere."