Shorebirdfan wrote:Enojoy Bundy. Is the a first for you guys? I don't recall if you've seen him yet. If not, make sure you are in your seats early enough to watch him loosen up. It is really a site to see.
ofahn wrote:Either Bundy had some control issues tonight or he learned that the step up to AA is a rather tall one.
TuckerBlair89 wrote:Bundy was much better than the line looks tonight.
While umpires should never be entirely blamed for anything,this guy was not very good tonight. Umps have bad days every once in a while so. He missed a lot of calls on the corners that the crowd was giving him a hard time for. They were blatant misses otherwise I wouldn't even bring it up. Jordan will be able to enlighten you guys on that much more later on as he was charting.
Bundy threw mostly fastballs. I mean there were innings where 90% of his pitches were fastballs. Again, we will have more on that later, but it's important to remember he doesn't even have his full arsenal yet and he still was impressive.
He was throwing 94-95 MPH mostly while touching 97. The most impressive sequence was a 95 MPH fastball followed by an 86 MPH change up. He just fooled hitters with that all night. I have watched a lot of pitching this season and he was very impressive against players 4-5-6-7-8 years older than him.
Matt P wrote:Was he throwing his cutter?
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