SP - MIN
Starting pitcher Dylan Bundy agreed to a one year, $4 million deal with the Minnesota Twins. The deal also includes an $11 million team option for 2023 and a $1 million buyout.
Bundy will look to recover from an atrocious 2021 season, where he finished with a 6.06 earned run average, 1.36 WHIP, and 84 strikeouts in 90.2 innings pitched.
Angels RHP Dylan Bundy (shoulder) threw a successful bullpen on Wednesday.
It was his first mound work since going down in late August. Bundy is aiming to return this season, but he won't have fantasy value following a disappointing campaign.
Angels' SP Dylan Bundy was placed on the 10-day injured list on Wednesday with a strained right shoulder.
The Angels are already overwhelmed with injured pitchers at the moment, and the addition of Bundy to the IL certainly doesn't make matters any better. However, Bundy has been struggling this season, touting an unimpressive 6.06 ERA and 1.36 WHIP on the year. Bundy will look to end the 2021 season on a positive note upon his return from the IL.
Dylan Bundy went 4.2 innings, allowed three hits, two earned runs, and struck out three in Tuesday's no-decision versus Detroit.
Bundy is not someone that fantasy managers should trust too much going forward. He is too erratic and prone to blow up starts that can really set you back in your matchup. We recommend steering clear, unless its in the best of matchups.
Dylan Bundy went 6.1 innings, allowed three hits, no earned runs, and struck out eight.
Bundy was at one point early on, demoted from his starting role. He has a 6.14 ERA. This was a plus matchup so it's hard to read much into this, for now he is not on a priority pickup radar.