Dylan Bundy Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/15/1992 (28)
Dylan Bundy Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Dylan Bundy News
Los Angeles Angels starter Dylan Bundy won his first game of the season in his 11th start Monday night against the Royals. Bundy (1-6) held Kansas City to only two runs in 5 2/3 innings pitched and got some offensive support in the victory. It was, by far, the best performance by the right-hander in over five weeks and hopefully a step in the right direction. Home runs have plagued Bundy all season and the Royals Jorge Soler took him deep in this game. Bundy has now allowed eight home runs in his last 18 1/3 innings pitched and 13 overall this season through 57 innings. Until he can get that aspect of his game under control, the 28-year-old will not possess enough fantasy value to be rostered in most formats.
Los Angeles Angels starter Dylan Bundy allowed four runs through 5 2/3 innings pitched as the Angels came up short against the Giants 6-1 on Monday. Bundy (0-6) got off to a good start but was burned once again by the deep-ball, allowing home runs in the final three innings he pitched before being pulled in the sixth inning. Bundy is still looking for his first win and home runs have been a huge issue. He has now allowed seven over his last 21 1/3 innings pitched and 12 overall for the season. Until the right-handed starter begins to do a better job of keeping the ball in the ballpark, he will fail to have any kind of fantasy value.
Los Angeles Angels starter Dylan Bundy is still looking for his first win of the season heading into his start scheduled for this weekend. Bundy (0-5) came into the season as the defacto ace for a maligned Angels staff and his first nine starts could not have gone worse. Bundy has lost three of his last four starts, posting an ugly 1.79 WHIP and 10.91 ERA during that span. He has already surrendered nine home runs through 45 2/3 innings this season and four of those have come in his last two appearances. Bundy's fantasy value has plummeted and manager Joe Maddon is beginning to shorten the leash on his starts. The 28-year-old serves little value on fantasy rosters at this time but could become a smart waiver wire claim if he can right the ship over the next month.
Entering the 2020 season, there was plenty of unknown regarding Bundy, as he was moving from Baltimore to Anaheim. Those who believed that the change would be a boon for him profited handsomely, as Bundy was being drafted as 79th pitcher and 245th overall player. He finished the season as the 20th best pitcher, as the strikeout rate increased while the walk and home run rates plummeted. Some of the changes can be attributed to the new division and ballparks, but Bundy also tweaked his repertoire, throwing fewer fastballs and more offspeed pitches. Coming into the 2021 season, Bundy's ADP is now 110 overall and the 40th pitcher off the board. Some regression could be in order, as the BABIP was .272 last season but a strikeout rate around 25% with a walk rate around 7% should be viable with 170 plus innings pitched. The RotoBaller rankings have Bundy as the 30th pitcher, so you're still getting a discount, although not as much as last year.