Bundy welcomes chance to be pitching-poor Angels' workhorse



TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Dylan Bundy is expected to fill a need that's even more pressing for the Los Angeles Angels than offense. The right-hander made 89 starts over the last three seasons for the Baltimore Orioles while averaging 167 2-3 innings per year. The Angels have had only two starters in the last three seasons with 30 starts. The Angels badly need durable, innings-eating starters, and Bundy believes he can do the work.

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