It would be preposterous to bring Dylan Bundy to the majors right now; however, based on what he did for the Delmarva Shorebirds last night, it might be hard to quiet his buzz.
From the Baltimore Sun: Top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy was dominant again Wednesday night in his second pro start for the Low-A Delmarva Shorebirds. He pitched three perfect innings and struck out six, including the last five batters he faced.
His line against Kannapolis was identical to his first regular-season performance. He has now faced 18 batters and struck out 12 of them, while not allowing a hit or walk.
No one is surprised that he is overmatching Single-A hitters, but it remains to be seen how long the Orioles keep him at Delmarva. If he continues to be unhittable, he'll probably be in Frederick before the end of the month.