The Durham Bulls salvaged a series split with the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, earning an 8-5 win in the finale of the four-game set Tuesday at Coca-Cola Park.
Not enough offense for the Bulls against the IronPigs.
Bulls end three-game losing streak, increase division lead to six games
Former Durham Bull Wil Myers may be in town this week for an injury-rehabilitation stint.
Charlotte smacks four home runs in game 1 win, walk-off in bottom of seventh to take nightcap
Mother Nature stikes out both sides.
First-place Durham posts road win over IL South Division rival
Status of four Tar Heels in limbo; Bulls prepare for possible Myers return
The Bulls have lost seven of their last 10 games.
Seven strong innings from Karns, two more Bulls home runs lead first-place Durham to win
Durham manager Charlie Montoyo got tossed, but the Bulls figured things out.
Durham losing streak reaches four as Toledo posts 5-0 win
TOLEDO MUD HENS, FAVORITE TEAM OF M*A*S*H* TV STAR, POWER PAST BULLS 5-3
Mike Montgomery’s start for the Durham Bulls Friday night was far better than the previous time he took the mound.
Alas, it still wasn’t good enough to get he and the first-place Bulls a win.
After being touched for eight runs in his worst outing of the season last Sunday, Montgomery surrendered four runs, including two in the seventh inning, as Toledo beat Durham 5-3 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
The loss is the third in a row for Durham (56-49), which saw its lead in the International League South Division fall to eight games over Gwinnett.
“Our starters have been very good, but when you are pitching with no room for error it’s tough,” Bulls manager Charlie Montoyo said. “He gave up two runs, which seems like a lot all of the sudden. Then you give up two more and it seems like its a lot again.”
Heavy downpours and lightning forced the suspension of the Durham Bulls game Thursday night with the Rochester Red Wings leading 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth inning at Durham Bulls Athletic Park