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WCL Standings

NorthWL%
1 Bel17110.607
2 Yak16110.593
3 Wen15130.536
4 Kel14140.500
5 Vic13140.481
6 PA9180.333
SouthWL%
1 Cor2070.741
2 Por2080.714
3 Wal13140.481
4 Cow10170.370
5 Ben5220.185
NorthWL%
1 Bel1880.692
2 Kel14120.538
3 Vic14130.519
4 PA12150.444
5 Wen11150.423
6 Yak11160.407
SouthWL%
1 Por1790.654
2 Cor16110.593
3 Wal15120.556
4 Cow10170.370
5 Ben7200.259
NorthWL%
1 Bel35190.648
2 Kel28260.519
3 Vic27270.500
4 Yak27270.500
5 Wen26280.481
6 PA21330.389
SouthWL%
1 Por37170.685
2 Cor36180.667
3 Wal28260.519
4 Cow20340.370
5 Ben12420.222
  • Bellingham Bells
  • City: Bellingham, WA
  • Stadium:Joe Martin Field
  • Stadium Capacity:1600
  • Ownership:Bellingham Baseball Club, LP
  • General Manager:Stephanie Morrell
  • Head Coach:Bob Miller
  • Mascot:Dinger, The Bellinghamster
  • Founded:1999
  • WCL Membership:2005
About the Bellingham Bells:

The Bellingham Bells are a summer collegiate, wood bat baseball team and a member of the West Coast League. During the months of June, July & August, the Bells compete in a 57-game season, playing home games at Joe Martin Field in Bellingham and traveling to compete with other WCL teams in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. The Bells strive to contribute to a strong and vibrant community through affordable, family-friendly entertainment.

Bells Facts:

Joe Martin Field was home to minor league baseball from 1973 to 1996. Some of the MiLB teams to have called Joe Martin Field home include the Bellingham Dodgers (1973-1977), the Bellingham Mariners (1977-1994), and the Bellingham Giants (1995-1996).

Notable players to have played at Joe Martin Field include Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez, Rick Sutcliffe, Pedro Guerrero, Dave Stewart, Mike Scioscia, Omar Vizquel, Mike Hampton, Derek Lowe, Raul Ibanez, Joe Nathan, and Jake Locker.

Bells Stars:
Ernie Yake (SS, Gonzaga University)
Trevor DeLaite (LHP, University of Maine)
Tanner West (LHP, University of Arizona)

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DATETIMEOPPONENTMEDIA
Jul 08
Mon
6:35 PM @ Bellingham Bells Listen Live Game Live
Jul 10
Wed
6:35 PM @ Bellingham Bells Listen Live Game Live
Jul 09
Tue
6:35 PM @ Bellingham Bells Listen Live Game Live
Jun 04
Mon
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsW1-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 05
Tue
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsL1-0 Box Score wrap
Jun 06
Wed
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsW1-5 Box Score wrap
Jul 18
Wed
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsW4-5 Box Score wrap
Jul 19
Thu
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsL4-2 Box Score wrap
Jul 20
Fri
7:05 PM Bellingham BellsW0-5 Box Score wrap

Bellingham Bells Address: Joe Martin Field, 1220 Civic Field Way, Bellingham, WA 98229

Bellingham Bells
  • City: Bellingham, WA
  • Stadium: Joe Martin Field
  • Stadium Capacity:1600
  • Ownership:Bellingham Baseball Club, LP
  • General Manager:Stephanie Morrell
  • Head Coach:Bob Miller
  • Mascot:Dinger, The Bellinghamster
  • Founded:1999
  • WCL Membership:2005
About the Bellingham Bells:

The Bellingham Bells are a summer collegiate, wood bat baseball team and a member of the West Coast League. During the months of June, July & August, the Bells compete in a 57-game season, playing home games at Joe Martin Field in Bellingham and traveling to compete with other WCL teams in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. The Bells strive to contribute to a strong and vibrant community through affordable, family-friendly entertainment.

Bells Facts:

Joe Martin Field was home to minor league baseball from 1973 to 1996. Some of the MiLB teams to have called Joe Martin Field home include the Bellingham Dodgers (1973-1977), the Bellingham Mariners (1977-1994), and the Bellingham Giants (1995-1996).

Notable players to have played at Joe Martin Field include Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez, Rick Sutcliffe, Pedro Guerrero, Dave Stewart, Mike Scioscia, Omar Vizquel, Mike Hampton, Derek Lowe, Raul Ibanez, Joe Nathan, and Jake Locker.

Bells Stars:
Ernie Yake (SS, Gonzaga University)
Trevor DeLaite (LHP, University of Maine)
Tanner West (LHP, University of Arizona)

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