Bundy allows three homers in Orioles' 10-7 loss to Angels, the club's 14th defeat in 17 games.
History could be made in the Orioles' series finale against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night.
After recording two hits in Wednesday night's 10-7 Angels win, future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols is just two hits short of becoming the 32nd player in major league history to compile 3,000 career hits.
Pujols homered and doubled in Wednesday's game — both hits coming off Orioles starter Dylan Bundy — to bring him closer to the milestone.
He is already in elite company, becoming the ninth player to reach 600 career homers, and when he reaches 3,000 hits, he would become just the fourth player to accomplish both of those feats, joining Hank Aaron, Álex Rodríguez and Willie Mays.
Pujols is 4-for-15 with two doubles, two RBIs and a strikeout against Thursday's starter, right-hander Chris Tillman.