Bulls Can't Complete Comeback, Lose 8-3

Matt Andriese allowed three runs over five innings in Durham's loss Thursday night

By Durham Bulls | April 28, 2016 11:46 PM

DURHAM - The Durham Bulls came back from a 3-0 deficit, but suffered an 8-3 loss to the Louisville Bats on Thursday at the DBAP. The loss was the Bulls' fourth straight.

After Louisville (11-8) jumped out to an early lead, Taylor Motter and Richie Shaffer had back to back home runs in the fourth to cut the Bats' lead to 3-2.

The Bulls (10-12) tied the game in the seventh when Jake Goebbert led off with a single and moved up to second on a groundout. Goebbert came home when Cameron Seitzer reached on a throwing error into the Durham dugout.

Justin Marks (0-1) suffered the loss in relief of starter Matt Andriese for Durham. Steve Delabar (1-0) earned the win out of the bullpen for Louisville.

Durham Manager Jared Sandberg was ejected between the third and fourth innings for arguing a call. Cameron Seitzer had slid into second to break up a double play, but the batter, Dayron Varona, was called out because the umpire ruled Seitzer interfered in his slide.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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