|Born: November 6, 1959|
He retired as a player after the 1989 season and became a manager in the Montreal Expos farm system, with the Gulf Coast Expos in 1990 and then in the South Atlantic League with the Sumter Flyers and Albany Polecats.
He was promoted to manager of the Manatees for the 1997 season.
In 1998, the Marlins made him the minor league outfield and baserunning coach for their whole farm system.
When Leyland left the team after the season, Bundy became the Rockies minor league outfield and baserunning coach for 2000–2001.
In 2002, he joined the Pawtucket Red Sox of the International League as hitting coach for 2002, before holding the same position in 2003 with the El Paso Diablos of the Texas League. The Diablos led the league with a .282 batting average that season.
In 2004, he was hired by the Arizona Diamondbacks as the hitting coach for the Tucson Sidewinders, a position he held through 2006. The Sidewinders led the PCL with a .289 batting average and 844 runs scored in 2006, and captured the PCL and Triple-AAA Championships. He also briefly served as interim bench coach for the Diamondbacks during the second half of the 2004 season after manager Bob Brenly and most of his staff were abruptly fired.
After Melvin was fired, Bundy returned to the Dodgers system as manager of the Arizona League Dodgers in 2010 and then he became manager of the Albuquerque Isotopes from 2011–2013 and was named Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year in 2012.
On November 11, 2013, he was named the new third base coach of the Dodgers. He was removed from that position on August 17, 2015, but remained on the staff as an outfield coach for the rest of the season.
He has also managed in the Mexican Pacific League (1991–2018), winning three championships with Navojoa during the 1999–2000 season, Hermosillo during the 2006–2007 season, and Mazatlán during the 2008-2009 season, and has twice been named Manager of the Year.
On December 4, 2015, he was announced as the new outfield and baserunning coach for the Miami Marlins. Following the 2017 season, it was revealed that Bundy would not return in his role with the team. 
In November 2018, he was named new manager for the Generales de Durango of the Mexican League for the 2019 season.  He was fired on May 20, 2019, following a 15-24 start to the season. He later joined the Acereros de Monclova as their bench coach.
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- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)
| Arizona Diamondbacks first base coach
| Albuquerque Istotopes Manager
| Los Angeles Dodgers Third Base Coach