After allowing two hits through five innings, Mike Montgomery allowed five runs in the sixth as the Gwinnett Braves defeated the Durham Bulls 5-1 Friday night at Coolray Field.
Cole Figueroa tripled in three runs in the seventh to break a 4-4 tie leading the Durham Bulls past Gwinnett 7-6 at Coolray Field Thursday night.
J.D. Martin worked into the eighth inning en route to his record-setting 16th victory, leading the Durham Bulls past the Gwinnett Braves 5-1 at Coolray Field on Wednesday night.
The Durham Bulls struggled at the plate in Monday night's loss to the Charlotte Knights.
That wasn't an issue in their regular-season home finale, as the Bulls pounded out nine extra-base hits in a 13-6 victory over the Knights on Tuesday at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
Almost a week after clinching the International League South Division title, the Durham Bulls continue to rake in the honors for their season of success. J.D. Martin was named the IL's starting pitcher of the year, Charlie Montoyo is the league's top manager and Vince Belnome was named to the postseason All-Star team in an announcement Tuesday.
On a night when the Durham Bulls struggled on the mound early, at the plate and in the field, they still had a chance to pull out a victory Monday night when they stranded two runners in the bottom of the ninth at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Instead, the Charlotte Knights cashed in on a two-out error by Durham shortstop Tim Beckham for a two-run rally and a 4-3 victory in International League action.
Bulls drew their third crowd of 10,000 or more in last four home games, but fall to Norfolk 2-0
Durham Bulls starter Jake Odorizzi threw the first seven innings of a no-hitter against Pawtucket on May 5, yet his performance in Saturday night’s 3-0 win over the Norfolks Tides was even more impressive to his manager.
A day after celebrating their International League South Division title, the Durham Bulls saw runner-up Norfolk erase a two-run deficit and win 3-2 on a walk-off two-run single by Zelous Wheeler in the bottom of the ninth inning here Thursday.
The Durham Bulls clinched their sixth International League South Division title in seven years, and eleventh in their 16 years in the IL, with a 9-2 victory over the Charlotte Knights at the DBAP on Wednesday.
Chris Gimenez singled in Shelley Duncan in the fifth inning to put the Bulls ahead to stay in a 5-4 win over the Charlotte Knights on Monday night at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The Bulls’ magic number to clinch the International League’s South Division title dropped to one with the victory.
Andy Wilkins’ leadoff home run in the bottom of the second was all the offense the Charlotte Knights would need to beat the Durham Bulls 1-0 on Monday night in International League action.
The Durham Bulls are adding a valuable right-handed pitcher as they close in on the International League South Division title. It appears unlikely, though, that the Bulls will have him when the playoffs begin Sept. 4.
Wil Myers wasn’t built to struggle on the baseball field. Not mentally. Not physically. That is the simple explanation why, two months after his ascension from the Durham Bulls to the Tampa Bay Rays, he is batting cleanup for a team that started Monday just one game off the American League East Division lead.