Durham 6, Syracuse 2. All he does is win. Andy Sonnanstine made his first AAA start a good one. He dominated Syracuse going 6 and only giving up 2 hits. Both hits and the run came in the 4th inning. He struck out 8 and only walked 1. Sonnanstine won 15 games for Montgomery last season. Seth McClung pitched 2 scoreless innings and did not walk a batter. The offense finally found it’s rhythm with 3 players collecting 2 hits apiece, including Jorge Cantu.

Montgomery 4, West Tenn 2. All he does is hit. Evan Longoria is absolutely on fire. he went 1-2 with a walk and his first home run of the season. The home run was a 2-run shot in the 8th that broke a 2-2 tie. The Dirtbag is now 8-13 with a 1.764 OPS. That’s good. Reid Brignac took the collar and went 0-4. Chris Mason struck out 5 in 5 innings.

Columbus 5, Kannapolis 4
. The Rays second round pick from last year’s amateur draft, Joshua Butler, made his first start of 2007, and only his third start in the Rays organization. He gave up 3 hits, 3 walks and 3 runs in 5 innings. He struck out 4.


  • Mike Birling, the GM of the Durham Bulls, is hoping for a season that is less eventful than 2006. He is also hoping for a few more wins after the team finished 64-78 last season.
  • The Biscuits haven’t been around long (only 3 seasons). Still, there has been a noticeable lack of late-inning comeback wins. Last Friday’s victory was only their 6th in franchise history.


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