Orioles top prospect Dylan Bundy knew that eventually, the scoreless-innings streak that defined his dominance in the Low-A South Atlantic League would come to an end.
Now that it has, in his debut with the High-A Frederick Keys, Bundy can focus on incremental improvements like his pitch mix and command, which will be key to his development as he climbs the ladder toward Camden Yards.
"Giving up your first one or two runs in pro ball, it's going to happen to everybody," Bundy said. "Now, I can focus on pitching my game."
For the most part, he did just that in the Keys' 5-3 win over the visiting Salem Red Sox before a sellout crowd of an announced...