Saturday night’s Gwinnett Braves at Durham Bulls International League baseball game was rained out. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Sunday, April 26. The two seven-inning games begin at 1 p.m. at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Two-run home run in bottom of the ninth gives Durham a win
Durham defeated Charlotte, 5-2, at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Thursday. The Bulls wore special Game of Thrones uniforms for the contest and it was the Knights, who entered the game in first place in the International League’s South Division, that had to fight through what seemed like a couple of decade-long innings of its own making.
Charlotte wins back-and-forth battle at DBAP
As a product of the so-called 'old ACC,' N.C. State coach Elliott Avent is thrilled that the ACC baseball tournament, which begins in less than a month, will take place right down the road from the Wolfpack in the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Only the most loyal of the 2,583 Bulls’ fans in attendance at the DBAP Monday night stuck it out until the end, witnessing a 5-1 Bulls’ victory over the International League South leading Charlotte Knights in the first of a seven game home stand.
Though the Durham Bulls jumped out to an early 2-0 lead against Norfolk Sunday afternoon, the Tides came back to defeat the Bulls 3-2.
Before a home-opening sellout crowd at Norfolk, the Durham Bulls scored four runs in the fourth inning and held off the Norfolk 5-3 on Saturday night at Harbor Park.
Norfolk beat Durham for the third night in a row at the DBAP.
A night after getting shut out in their rainy home opener, the Durham Bulls managed to piece together a few more hits against Norfolk on Thursday.
Durham clubs three home runs, collects 17 hits to beat Knights
Fans at the Wednesday, April 15 Durham Bulls home opener will notice some changes beyond just the roster. Now in its 20th year, Durham Bulls Athletic Park has revamped its food offerings and will even brew beer on site as it seeks to undertake a more “local approach” to concessions, general manager Mike Birling said.
Jared Mitchell led off with a triple in the bottom of the sixth and eventually scored as Charlotte shut out Durham 3-0 on Monday night.
After entering the bottom of the eighth inning tied with Gwinnett, Durham gave up three runs and allowed the Braves to grab a 6-3 win in the Sunday series finale.