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In all, Bundy still has fewer than 300 innings at the big league level and has pitched as a different pitcher in each of the past two seasons. The addition of the slider gives him a full arsenal to attack opposing lineups and the ability to reduce his exposure to splits issues that have held him back.
He went in the 14th round in an NFBC Draft Champions League. His ADP is 273 as the 70th starting pitcher off the board. I feel strongly that the pieces are there for him to finish in the top 50 for starting pitchers when the 2018 season is all said and done. He may get hurt with wins due to a projected poor season in Baltimore and the knock the pen recently took with Zach Britton's injury, but the stuff is there for him to outperform his projections and ADP and someone you should target in the back half of the draft.
Bundy's season, much like the Orioles' season, has been disastrous. He is 8-15 on the season with a 5.37 ERA, a 1.40 WHIP, and leads the