Bulls Fall to Bisons, Weaver

The Durham Bulls lost for the second game in a row, dropping an exciting 8-5 slugfest to the Buffalo Bisons on Wednesday night. With top prospect Wade Davis and a former major league star on the mound, many fans in attendance expected a pitchers' duel. The two teams painted a different picture, however, combining for 13 runs and 27 hits.
July 31, 2008

Durham Report: Guzman, Talbot Lead Bulls

Mitch Talbot pitched six strong innings, Joel Guzman hit two home runs and Dan Johnson continued to produce as the Durham Bulls defeated the Louisville Bats, 4-3, on Monday night.
July 29, 2008

Navarro Back In Camp

After a dreadful first few months, Dioner Navarro had a very productive second half, posting the third best batting average (.286) among regular starting American League backstops. Only Jorge Posada (.355) and A.J. Pierzynski (.286) were better. And, although he has been through more than any 24-year-old should have to, Navarro seems poised to have a breakout season, says Ted Fleming.
February 18, 2008

Top Prospect Update

With the summer upon us, it is time for an update on the progress of a few of the Devil Rays' top prospects. From Durham to Vero Beach, several of the organization's top minor leaguers are off to strong starts putting them closer to fulfilling their dreams of reaching the major leagues.
May 29, 2007

Guzman Not a Prime Prospect ? I Beg to Differ

I see where a number of respected members of the media are saying the Dodgers worked their deadline deals without having to give up a prime prospect. Au contrair. True, Joel Guzman had slipped a bit from the lofty perch he occupied in the spring and in the previous year but he'd hardly descended down into the depths.
August 1, 2006

Dodger Farm Report August 21st

Losing players via call-ups, injuries and trades is a way of life at Vero Beach as it is with most minor league teams. So far the Dodgers have been able to survive the loss of key personnel to stay atop the East Division of the Florida State League in the second half. Now, they're going to have to do so again.
August 21, 2004