Do you have two favorite athletes that you think have equal skill levels and you don't know which one is better? I have that same problem with Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman. They are both MLB pitchers for the Baltimore Orioles and they are both great.
They are both 24 years old, both 200 pounds and they are both 6 foot 3 inches in height. They pitch with a similar wind up and throw with the same whip. So it's hard for a person like you or me to decide which one is better. That's why I did some research to find out. In my research I found out that you have to look at style, form and attitude.
Dylan Bundy has good style and good attitude but he lacks form. Dylan Bundy throws an unreliable curve ball which is an advantage, because it's hard for the batter to set up his swing. Using his strange ball placement he can strike out the batter. His style of pitching makes a pitch look like a ball but when it's by the plate it will move into the strike zone. "Bundy’s four-seam fastball had tremendous late life and would burst upon the hitter." said Bernie Pleskoff, a MLB scout. Another strength is Bundy's up lifting attitude. With a good mindset you start a chain reaction within the dug out which leads to team spirt then into victory.
Dylan's weakness is his form. When he pitches he keeps his hand pointed down and towards the catcher, instead of away and up. When he whips the ball sideways it gives a good change up. However throwing that way is very bad for your arm and elbow. In his follow through of his pitch, his arm is left higher than it should be. This form is also bad for his elbow. If he can throw the same kind of pitch with a better form, he would be able to pitch better.