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Bells to host Pippins on August 13

Bells to host Pippins on August 13

Photo: KPUG

The West Coast League playoffs begin on Tuesday, August 12 and the Bellingham Bells will travel to face the Yakima Valley Pippins in the opening game of the series and then return to Joe Martin Field to host games on Wednesday, August 13 and Thursday, August 14 (if necessary).

The winner of the series advances to the best-of-three West Coast League Championship Series (WCLCS) slated to start Saturday, August 16 against the Corvallis Knights or Bend Elks.

Fans who wish to purchase playoff tickets may do so by visiting http://bellstowne.bigcartel.com/category/tickets or by calling the Bells office at 360-527-1035.  Inventory is limited for this game and tickets will be limited to the first 3,000 sold.

“We are thrilled with the opportunity to host a home playoff game,” said Bells general manager Nick Caples.  “We are looking forward to sharing this experience with the entire Whatcom and Skagit County communities and we look forward to a fun and special night at the ballpark.

For more information or questions about the WCL Division Series Playoff Game at Joe Martin Field, please call the Bells Front Office at 360-527-1035.

(KPUG Newsroom – Tysen Allumbaugh & Bellingham Bells)

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