An Architect and Season Stats: The Latest Headlines at the Bulls

Bulls 2016 Season in ReviewStatistics and designers headline the news about the Durham Bulls this week. The 2016 season drew to a close on Labor Day, but the Bulls didn’t want to let the year go without a roundup of final stats for the fans.  And the Bulls also have a special connection with a brand new Washington, DC institution.

First, the 2016 Durham Bulls finished the season 64-80, in a tight race that stretched from April to August.  Check out the extensive list of stats the front office put together to wrap the season:

It’s also worth a look back to a piece WRAL.com Senior Sports Editor Aaron Schoonmaker penned on the day the season closed:

Phil Freelon

Durham architect Phil Freelon who helped design the new National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington, DC, he also helped design the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

In other Bulls news, the ballpark has something in common with the soon-to-open National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington, DC:  an architect.  Durham architect Phil Freelon led the design group who created the museum; he also helped design the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

The museum is the only national museum dedicated to documenting African-American life, history and culture.  It’s set to open on September 24th.

Thanks to the Durham Bulls & WRAL.com for these capcom photos.

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