By Austin Medina
With their rebuild still in full effect, the Orioles have made another trade to improve their growing farm system.
Baltimore has made their intent known of acquring assets for the future. Earlier in the week, the O's traded infielder Jonathan Villar to the Marlins in exchange for prospect Easton Lucas.
Bundy showed positive signs throughout his tenure in Baltimore but inconsistency and injuries hampered his production. For his career, Bundy went 38-45 and posted a 4.67 ERA .
Bundy's last two seasons in Baltimore paralleled the pourous record of the Orioles as he finished with a 15-30 record and surrendered an alarming 70 home runs.
Bradish, along with Peek and Brnovich, are all 23 or younger and have starter upside according to MLB.com.
Mattson is said to be the most "league-ready", posting a 2.33 ERA and astounding 13.5 K/9 last season.
With their sights set for the future, the Orioles farm system has grown not just in numbers but in upside.