The best thing you can say about Dylan Bundy’s start for the Orioles against the Royals on Tuesday is that it didn’t end with an injury.Bundy faced seven hitters and retired none of them. Four hit home runs.His final line: zero innings, five hits, seven runs (all earned), two walks, no strikeouts; 28 pitches, 13 strikes. “Physically, I’m fine. I’m just not executing the pitches I need to right now,” Bundy told reporters, per”I was leaving pitches right down the middle and they Edgar Martinez Jersey were hitting them over the fence. Got us in a 7-0 early hole that we couldn’t climb out of.”SN MLB POWER RANKINGS: O’s, Royals in bottom fiveJust how bad was Bundy’s outing? These two tweets tell the tale.Dylan Bundy pulled after 0.0 IP tonight, making him the 1st pitcher in the last 110 years to give up at least 4 home runs without recording a single out in their start StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) May 8, 2018Dylan Bundy faced seven hitters. He allowed four homers, seven base runners, two walks and seven runs. He did not record an out. His Game Score was -19, which ranks tied for the 13th worst of all time and the second worst since after 1940. Rustin Dodd (@rustindodd) May 8, 2018Bundy’s replacement, Mike Wright, added to the misery by allowing three more runs to make it a 10-run first for Kansas City.Bundy was having a decent season prior to Tuesday. He had compiled a 3.76 ERA over seven starts (it’s now 5.31 after eight starts) and was averaging 10.6 strikeouts per nine innings. He had allowed just six home runs in 40 2/3 frames.The 10-run first all but a sured Baltimore of another lo s, which would drop its season record to 8-27. (UPDATE: Baltimore did, indeed, lose, 15-7.)