Experience Legendary Baseball at a Durham Bulls Game
Simply put, the Durham Bulls are the worlds most famous minor league baseball team (well, that's what totals will tell you at least). While the 1988 sports classic Bull Durham put the team on the map, it's the unbeatable game-day experience that keeps the fans pouring in. The Bulls are the Triple A affiliate for the Tampa Bay Rays, meaning players are literally one call away from the big leagues. The team plays in the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, a 10,000-seat brick palace designed by HOK Architects — the brains behind Baltimore's famed Camden Yards.
Several features compete for attention inside the park, such as the 32 feet home-run wall (nicknamed the Blue Monster) and two "Diamondview" buildings that over looks the outfield. Then, of course, there's the king size bull that towers over the left-field wall (keep an eye out when the home team hits a home run; you’ll be in for a smoke-filled surprise). Kids will love Wooly World, a carnival-like area with inflatable and games, and grownups will love the ultra-low prices, With inflatable and games, and grownups will love the ultra-low pikes, with tickets topping out at $9. Fireworks follow each Friday game, and kids can run the bases on Sundays. Weekend games regularly sellout, so grab your tickets ahead of time if possible.
Contact: 919-687-6500, Ticket Line: 919-956-BULL
Visit Durham Bulls web www.dbulls.com for schedule and ticket prices.
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