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Dylan Bundy succumbs to the home run ball again as Orioles lose to A's, 8-5

Dylan Bundy succumbs to the home run ball again as Orioles lose to A's, 8-5

Dylan Bundy's home run problems last year were all his own. This year, they fit alarmingly well with the rest of the Orioles' pitching staff, and Thursday's 8-5 loss to the Oakland Athletics to make it six defeats in the season's first homestand only solidified that.

Bundy, something of a day-game savant in recent years, had the wipeout stuff that could have made Thursday fit a different trend. But he allowed four home runs — a fourth-inning blast by Khris Davis, a two-run home run in the fifth by No. 9 hitter Josh Phegley and back-to-back home runs to Davis and Kendrys Morales to chase him in the sixth.

His four home runs allowed — after the two he gave up Saturday against...

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