The Durham Bulls should have taken the field for the 2020 season opener last Thursday, April 9th, but the coronavirus pandemic is keeping the DBAP closed for now. The Bulls are continuing to connect with fans and help others.
“While we don’t know when our Opening Day will officially take place, we know we will continue to be here for our fans and our community,” DBBC Vice President of Baseball Operations Mike Birling said in an official statement to the fans.
WRAL-TV Sports Multimedia Journalist Jared Fialko put together a story, featuring an interview with Birling, to mark what had been Opening Day:
The Durham Bulls are also making a Digital copy of their Play Ball Magazine available for download. Check out the latest updates from the Durham Bulls, including community initiatives they are working on during the COVID-19 crisis, the 25th anniversary of Durham Bulls Athletic Park and more:
Although fans cannot watch live baseball at the DBAP, in other exciting news, the Bulls are partnering with MeTV to broadcast classic Bulls games on Saturday nights at 7pm. The baseball started with the 2019 Home Opener last Friday night, April 10. Stay tuned to www.durhambulls.com and the Bulls’ social media for info about which games will be airing each Saturday.
Thanks to the Durham Bulls for these capcom graphics.