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  • Bulls Launch Mini Plan Madness

    With college basketball postseason in full swing, the Durham Bulls have introduced Mini Plan Madness, a unique promotion offering fans the chance to win up to four different prizes. The campaign coincides with the team's 20th anniversary celebration as the Tampa Bay Rays' Triple-A affiliate, touching on the team's history as an added component to the competition. MORE »
  • Bulls, Blue Devils to Play 'Battle in the Bull City'

    The Durham Bulls will take on the Duke Blue Devils in the first-ever exhibition game between the two teams on April 4 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The 6:05 p.m. contest, presented by Groupon, will be the first chance to catch the 2017 Bulls roster before they open their season on the road against Gwinnett on April 6. MORE »
  • Longtime Clubhouse Manager Saunders Passes Away

    Durham Bulls longtime Clubhouse Manager Colin Saunders passed away late Sunday morning from complications with diabetes. He was 42. MORE »
  • Lee Gardner Elected to IL Hall of Fame

    Former Durham Bulls relief pitcher Lee Gardner will be inducted into the International League Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2017, the league announced today. The right-hander, who was a member of the Bulls from 2000-2003 and 2005, was elected by a vote of living Hall of Fame members, longtime executives, broadcasters and members of the media. MORE »
  • Four Rays Named Top 100 Prospects

    Over the last few weeks, MLB.com has been releasing its Top 10 prospects at each position entering the 2017 season. The announcements culminated on Saturday when the website released its Top 100 overall prospects for the year, and four Rays minor leaguers found themselves on the list. MORE »