Durham right fielder Justin Christian was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle.
Pawtucket starter Anthony Ranaudo tossed seven shutout innings against Durham for the second time in June as the PawSox earned a sixth consecutive win, a 10-0 shutout of the Durham Bulls Monday night in front of 4,688 fans at McCoy Stadium.
It's the third loss in a row for the Bulls.
The Durham Bulls allowed six unanswered runs after scoring four times in the first inning and lost 6-4 to Pawtucket Saturday night at McCoy Stadium in the opener of a four-game series.
The Bulls lapsed into some old habits Friday night, failing to get productive hits while allowing Indianapolis to gradually pile up runs and eventually shut the door in an 7-2 win over the home team.
Newcomer Jeremy Moore drove in five runs and Durham generated 11 hits in an 8-2 win over Indianapolis in Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Thursday. ... Updated with Friday, June 27, Indians-Bulls pre-game notes. ...
Vince Belnome and the Durham Bulls slugged their way out of an eight-game losing streak Wednesday. Belnome was 3 for 4 with a home run and two doubles — his lone out with a fly ball to the warning track — as the Bulls defeated the Indianapolis Indians 6-3 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Eight is enough. Hopefully. The Durham Bulls lost, again, this time to the Indianapolis Indians at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Tuesday. That’s eight straight losses for the Bulls. ... Updated with Wednesday, June 25 Bulls' pre-game notes ...
Syracuse completes season sweep over Durham
Syracuse blasts Hellickson, Durham
Alex Colome’s remarkable start came to a crashing halt Saturday as the Durham Bulls suffered one of their worst losses in years.
Syracuse put good wood on the ball all night in an 8-2 win over the Bulls at Durham Bulls Athletic Park Friday, extending the Bulls’ losing streak to four games. ... Updated with tonight's pre-game Durham Bulls notes ...
Durham manager will lead IL stars for the second time
The Louisville Bats are named after the iconic Louisville Slugger baseball bat, crafted by hometown company Hillerich & Bradsby, and play at Louisville Slugger Field. After pounding double digit hits (16) and runs (12) for the second straight dayin a 12-8 win over visiting Durham, Bats might more appropriately refer to Louisville’s potent batting order.
Tampa Bay Rays’ rehabbing righthander Jeremy Hellickson’s second straight disastrous start left the Durham Bulls on the short end of a 20-hit, 10-run beating Tuesday 10-5 to the Louisville Bats.