Herald Sun Runs Feature about Bulls’ Retiring Announcer

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The Durham Herald Sun recently ran an article about retiring Bulls’ announcer Bill Law.

The Durham Bulls recently played their first home game of the season with Public Address Announcer Bill Law behind the mike. Law hasn’t missed a game at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park since it opened in 1995, but earlier this year he announced he will retire at the end of the 2006 season.

Even after the 77-year-old hands over his public address duties to replacement Tony Riggsbee, Law will continue speaking to civic groups and youth baseball teams on behalf of the Bulls. He may be handing over the everyday microphone, but he’ll still be wearing his Bulls cap for the community.

On Wednesday, April 19th, the Durham Herald Sun ran an article tribute to Law.

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