- Kevin Durant sat right behind home plate at Yankee Stadium on Monday.
- Angels pitcher Dylan Bundy vomited on the mound during the game and had to be taken out.
- Durant saw the whole thing and smiled as it happened.
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Kevin Durant saw a different kind of blowout during his trip to Yankee Stadium on Monday.
The Brooklyn Nets superstar sat right behind home plate for the New York Yankees’ game against the Los Angeles Angels, and was witness to one of the more nauseating moments of the baseball season.
Angels pitcher Dylan Bundy vomited on the mound in the second inning, and was forced to come out of the game.
Durant had the closest seat in the building to Bundy’s throw-up. He couldn’t take his eyes off the incident and smiled widely as it happened.
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YES Network analyst Paul O’Neill referenced Durant’s reaction as Bundy was carried off the field with his arms over members of the Angels training staff.
“The look on Kevin Durant’s face tells you all you need to know right there,” O’Neill said.
Bundy had only thrown 43 pitches and given up two runs on four hits when he vomited.
The Angels said Bundy left the game due to heat exhaustion. It was 90 degrees Fahrenheit at Yankee Stadium at the time of first pitch.
Angels reliever Jose Suarez then came into the game in relief of Bundy to earn the win, tossing 5 1/3 innings, giving up one run on two hits with five strikeouts as the Angels beat the Yankees 5-3.