Dylan Bundy of the Angels vomited on the mound and left the game against the Yankees

Angels pitcher Dylan Bundy was forced to withdraw from Monday’s Yankees game after vomiting on the mound.

The incident occurred with two outs at the bottom of the second; Bundy, who made 43 goals, was facing DJ LeMahieu when he vomited. It is not yet certain what the reason is, although Bundy may have suffered high-temperature-related nausea during the record heat wave in the United States (the temperature in New York at the time was about 90 degrees and the humidity was 58%).

Event video It also shows that sweat dripped from his hat before Bundy left the mound.

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Before quitting the game, Bundy had a brief back and forth exchange with the coach. He is known for pitching in 1 2/3 innings, 4 hits, 2 points and 6.78 ERA. Both games were homered by Gary Sanchez (LeMahieu scored) and Gio Urshela in the first game in the second game.

Jose Suarez (Jose Suarez) came on as a substitute for Bundy, after LeMahieu fell to second place without causing any harm, he withdrew from the game.

The video also captured the Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant watching the game. His reaction was very appropriate to what he saw with his own eyes:

The Angels have yet to provide an update on the state of Bondi.



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