Ben McDonald joined the Orioles’ starting rotation back in 1990 and in his first major league start threw a complete game shutout against the Chicago White Sox.

McDonald joined Vinny and Haynie this morning to talk about Orioles pitching, Gausman and more.

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McDonald commented on pitchers Gausman and Bundy and how things are changing for them both. He started with Bundy saying, “For a guy that doesn’t have many minor league innings at all, and doesn’t have many big league innings, I felt like he looked really good, he looked poised to me. I love his stuff. It’s outstanding for a young guy who hasn’t accumulated a bunch of innings yet, I like where he’s at. I think this pennant race is going to boil down, can the starting pitching get a little more consistent for the Orioles and can the timely hitting be there as well?”

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He continued to talk about Bundy’s build and why he’s primed for pitching. “I look at mechanics, I look at control. I think he’s fine. I love his physical build.  So much of conditioning for pitchers, is not about our arm, it’s about our legs. How strong is our core and this kid’s got legs like a running back.”

Hear more from McDonald as he talks about a few other players on the team:

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