Highlights: The trophy will be on display, as will the International League Governor's Cup trophy, which the Bulls also won. Bulls utilityman Elliot Johnson and first baseman Chris Richard---the latter is, don't forget, the Bulls' all-time home run leader---will be on hand to sign autographs (both players live in Durham in the off-season). The first 500 fans get early-bird perks, and everyone gets free hot dogs, chips, cookies and soda. You can also bring a glove and play catch under the lights. No word on whether you'll be charged with an error if you drop a pop-up.
It's only too bad that Scott Kazmir, who won one of the Bulls' regular-season games this season, took the loss for the Los Anagram Gleans of Anywhoo last night. Otherwise, tonight's party offers unalloyed good vibes. Spend your twilight at the DBAP and celebrate your champions.