Here are what some national writers are saying about the Orioles on their websites today:
"The Orioles will have to balance the benefit they could get from using Bundy in leveraged situations against the need to protect his arm and avoid hurting his development as a starter, which most likely would preclude using him on back-to-back days. Bundy rarely pitched on fewer than six days' rest this year -- I count two such outings -- so keeping him on a somewhat regular schedule in which he has plenty of time between appearances is key. That would allow the Orioles to stretch him out for multiple innings if the situation calls for it -- for example, in mop-up work if their starter struggles early, with the idea that Bundy is good enough that he could keep the team in the game long enough for the offense to claw back into it."
“Tuesday night, the
"It was just one game. One game in a long, grinding season. One game that didn't guarantee the Baltimore Orioles a thing. The O's will be right back at it on Wednesday. Still, it was a game that said so much about this team, about its will to win and its toughness and all the stuff that's so tough to measure."