Dylan Bundy finally got his groove back.
The Orioles right-hander — whose season had spun out of control over his previous 11 outings going into Thursday night — had been searching for answers.
He’d talked repeatedly about the need to locate his fastball better. But after his most recent start, in Tampa Bay last Friday night, before saying his frustration level had reached its limit — 10 out of 10, in his words — he added that he needed to start throwing his pitches with more conviction.
And that was the Bundy who suddenly re-emerged Thursday night against the contending Oakland Athletics, a confident pitcher able to use multiple weapons to avoid a big inning and...