LA Angels: Dylan Bundy’s night couldn’t have ended worse

Dylan Bundy, LA Angels (Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)
Dylan Bundy, LA Angels (Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports) /

LA Angels fans are well aware of Dylan Bundy‘s struggles this year.

After leaving tonight’s game, his ERA dropped to an awful 6.78, with the highest WHIP of his career, 1.42. Hitters are hitting .280 against him. He went 1.2 innings today.

The wildest part about it, however, is that it wasn’t the New York Yankees that ended his outing. It was actually his own stomach.

Dylan Bundy had to leave the LA Angels game after vomiting behind the mound.

In the second inning, Dylan Bundy ended up taking a breather to throw up behind the pitcher’s mound when the LA Angels were in the field.

This is obviously a very unfortunate situation for Bundy, who was attempting to bounce back from a rough year vs. a cold Yankee lineup.

He had given up two earned runs in his outing, along with four hits. On the bright side, he didn’t walk anybody.

This would be quite the story for anyone who witnessed this live.

This is truly a very rare occurrence to happen on the baseball field. It’s why Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant, who was in attendance, couldn’t believe what he was seeing.

Things could not have been going worse for Bundy this year, which is very disappointing considering he came into this year coming off a career year.

In 2020, he posted an ERA of 3.29 with a career-best 1.036 WHIP. Hitters only batted .208 against him, which was another career-best mark for Bundy.

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Jose Suarez came into the game for Bundy, who has had a good year in his nine appearances this season.