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BALTIMORE (AP) The Orioles have scratched starting pitcher Dylan Bundy with a left hamstring strain.
Bundy was supposed to take the mound Sunday for the team's home finale, but the right-hander's status for the rest of the season now appears to be in flux.
Bundy is 13-9 with a 4.24 ERA over 28 starts.
The Orioles have been eliminated from postseason contention and can't salvage a winning season. In addition, Bundy has already reached a career high in innings at 169 2/3.
Chris Tillman replaced Bundy as Baltimore's starting pitcher. Tillman is 1-7 with a 7.66 ERA and winless since his first start of the season in May.
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Updated September 24, 2017