Juan Lagares

Dylan Bundy still looking for better results as spring training winds down

Dylan Bundy still looking for better results as spring training winds down

Dylan Bundy’s pitch count approached triple digits in Sunday afternoon’s start against the New York Mets — a part of the natural progression of spring training — but the Orioles right-hander wasn’t satisfied with the efficiency of his pitches in the 5-4 loss.

Bundy was charged with five runs — four of them earned — allowing eight base runners (five hits, one walk and two hit batters) over 5 2/3 innings, marking the third time in four Grapefruit League starts this spring that he’s allowed five runs.

“Well in 5 2/3 [innings], that’s not good,” Bundy said of his 96-pitch pitch count. “But yeah, getting that pitch count up to near 100, that’s good for the regular season.”

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