DURHAM — Adam Moore drove in two runs and Vidal Nuno produced a strong start as the Durham Bulls won for the second time Thursday, defeating the Louisville Bats 4-1 in International League baseball at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

Nuno (3-1) worked five innings of the seven-inning nightcap, striking out six without a walk. The lone Louisville run came on Dilson Herrera’s first-inning home run. Durham scored four times in the bottom of the inning, first receiving a tying RBI single from Joe McCarthy.

Earlier, Jeremy Hazelbaker and Andrew Velazquez hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning as the Bulls defeated Louisville 6-4 in a completion of a suspended game from Wednesday night.

Andrew Kittredge, in his first appearance of the season for the Bulls, was the winning pitcher by logging three innings of relief. Ian Gibaut notched a save.

The Bulls led 3-0 when the game was suspended in the fourth inning.