The Bulls shared a good note today.
Durham's 14-inning win over Pawtucket on Friday was the second-longest game in International League championship series history.
On Sept. 20, 1957, Miami beat Buffalo 3-2 in 18 innings.
Durham and Pawtucket used eight pitchers each, and they threw a combined 520 pitches (305 strikes). The teams were a combined 1-for-28 with runners in scoring position and combined to strand 33 baserunners.