April 26, 2019 Star Wars Night Headlines Packed Eight-Game Homestand

Bark in the Park, Bull City Strong Day, Afforda-BULL Eats Also Highlight Schedule The Durham Bulls open an eight-game homestand against the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves Triple-A affiliates on April 29. The Monday-to-Monday set of games features Star Wars read more

April 25, 2019 Bulls to Host Bull City Strong Day May 1

First Responders to Receive Complimentary Tickets, Portion of Ticket Proceeds to Benefit Durham One Fund The Durham Bulls will host Bull City Strong Day on Wednesday, May 1 in response to the accidental explosion that took place in Durham on read more

April 22, 2019 New at the DBAP: Bulls Launch Podcast with 2019 Season

The Durham Bulls are now podcasting!  The fun launched with the new season in April 2019. Have a listen to the pilot episode of “Hit Bull Win Podcast,” where the hosts, DBBC Assistant General Manager of Operations Scott Strickland and read more

April 18, 2019 Easter Egg Hunt Highlights Weekend Series

Fireworks, Food Trucks, African American Heritage Night Also on Schedule The Durham Bulls return to the Bull City on Friday, April 19, as the team kicks off a three-game series against the Gwinnett Stripers. An Easter Egg Hunt, fireworks show, read more

April 10, 2019 Bulls Open Home Schedule with Packed Four-Game Series

Opening Night, Durham Tobacconists, Player Autograph Session Highlights Opening Weekend The Durham Bulls open their 2019 home schedule with a four-game series beginning on Thursday, April 11 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Opening Night, the brand new Afforda-BULL Eats, two read more

April 5, 2019 Meet the New Bull City Boss, Brady Williams

At just 39 years of age, you can barely tell Brady Williams apart from one of the guys one step from “the show.” Yet, the fresh-faced skipper is the new boss of Bull City. “There’s going to be challenges for read more

March 18, 2019 Bulls to Throwback to 1902: The Durham Tobacconists

As the City of Durham celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2019, the Durham Bulls are throwing it back to 1902. That year, the Durham Tobacconists took the field as Durham’s first professional baseball team, with the name an ode to read more