Apparently Dylan Bundy is human after all. The 19-year-old phenom finally allowed a run - two, in fact - in his debut for High-A Frederick. He allowed six hits for the game - one more than he allowed in 30 innings at Low-A Delmarva. Still, the 6-foot-1 righty tossed five innings en route to a victory for the Keys. His command remained stellar, as Bundy did not walk a batter while fanning six for the contest. He'll have to continue to adjust to the hitting at the higher levels, but Bundy will be arguably the top pitching prospect in baseball once Trevor Bauer hits the big leagues later this season.
Castellanos is begging for a promotion, slashing a ridiculous .414/.476/.554 through 48 games for High-A Lakeland. He's driven in 28 runs over that span, while also bashing two home runs and swiping ...
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