Bells welcome defending champs to Joe Martin for home opener

Bells welcome defending champs to Joe Martin for home opener

The Bellingham Bells play their home opener tonight at Joe Martin Field.  The Bells welcome in the Wenatchee Apple Sox for a 4-game series.

The Bells are 3-and-3 on the season, with a series win and loss to Medford and Klamath Falls respectively on the road.  Wenatchee is 2-and-1 on the year. The Apple Sox knocked the Bells out of the playoffs last year in route to the 2012 West Coast League Championship.

Bellingham Bells Skipper Gary Hatch will be on The Zone today in the 4-o’clock hour.

Jason Hager is the expected starter for the Bells versus a yet to be named starter for Wenatchee. First pitch is at 7:05pm. You can hear all the action on AM 930 KBAI beginning at 6:35pm with the pre-game show.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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