Both Dylan Bundy and the Orioles have spent the season trying to keep the ball inside the park by any means necessary.
In a 4-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Sunday at Camden Yards, the unlucky right-hander found there are foibles to that, too, as the team’s pitching staff had a homerless game it could be proud of but didn’t get rewarded as a pair of late comeback attempts fell short and the Orioles were swept in the three-game series.
“It's tough to lose that game,” manager Brandon Hyde said.
“We did a nice job on the mound. We were just a run short — had opportunities in the eighth, didn't cash in, and put together a nice rally in the ninth inning. It just didn't...