More Highlights for Durham Bulls
The Durham Bulls recently hosted a career-readiness events for Durham alternative school students through the ball club’s partnership with Made in Durham. On Wednesday, January 24, 2018, seventeen students from Achievement Academy of Durham, Durham Public School’s Performance Learning Center
Coming off a Triple-A National Championship, the Durham Bulls are in for a fresh look. For the 2018 season the team will don new home, road and alternate uniforms, hearkening back to organization’s style of the mid-2000s, but also featuring
Leading Chemical Company Becomes Exclusive Life Sciences Company for 2018 Season BASF, one of the world’s leading chemical companies, is partnering with the Durham Bulls to become the team’s exclusive life sciences corporation for the 2018 Minor League Baseball season.
Title-winning manager back in Durham with new coaching staff The Durham Bulls, in conjunction with the Tampa Bay Rays, announce the team’s coaching staff for the 2018 season, with manager Jared Sandberg returning for his fourth season at the team’s
Jim Goodmon, CEO of Capitol Broadcasting Company, is interviewed by WRAL Sports Anchor Jeff Gravely about the modern era of the the Durham Bulls baseball team. Much of it has to do with “regionalism.”
The Durham Bulls, America’s most famous Minor League Baseball team, is regarded as one of the premier franchises in the industry. Since Capitol Broadcasting Company bought the team in 1991, the organization has separated itself from its peers, thriving on local, regional and national stages. Under Capitol Broadcasting’s direction, the Bulls have been at the center of the revitalization of downtown Durham, never ceasing to contribute to The Triangle community.
Watch and listen to this fascinating interview explaining all the twists and turns of the Durham Bulls!
Photographer: Jay Jennings