Pulling The Trig
Dylan Bundy's mid-game puke is far grosser than you could possibly imagine
After a couple of A+ weather days in the New York/New Jersey area, the temperature absolutely skyrocketed on Monday, to the point where the Weather Channel app was giving us the "FEELS LIKE 100" label. It did, which is a jump so severe that if you aren't prepared for it, you could be in trouble.
Dylan Bundy, a starter for the L.A. Angels, apparently was not prepared for it, and he paid the price on the mound at Yankee Stadium on Monday evening. After 1.2 innings, Bundy stepped to the mound to face D.J. Lemahieu, but quickly turned his back and began throwing up breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you get sick easily, I'd skip watching this one:
What we later came to find out was that Bundy was suffering from heat exhaustion, understandable for a guy that plays in Anaheim, where the temperature, much like Goldilocks' porridge, is always just right. The only surprise here is that it happened in New York and not Texas.
We don't mean to laugh, but we couldn't help but laugh at Bundy's face right here:
This face right here is one we should all know very well, whether you're truly sick, ate or drank something that didn't agree with you, or violently hungover, we've all made this same puke face. Pursing your lips, trying to breathe through your nose, fighting off what you know is already coming - a yak-a-thon. This face is the point of no return. It's time to pull the trig. The only difference is we don't have to pull said trig in front of 20,000 people, including Kevin Durant:
Brutal for Bundy. Hopefully, he's A-OK and good to go for his next start, which will be at home where it won't be 100 degrees.