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Bells add Kelliher and Timmerman to 2014 roster

Bells add Kelliher and Timmerman to 2014 roster

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The Bellingham Bells are pleased to announce that right-handed pitcher Branden Kelliher and outfielder Daniel Timmerman have been added to the 2014 roster.

Kelliher, a 5’11” right-handed pitcher from Lake Stevens, Wash., is a senior at Lake Stevens High School. Ranked the #1 high school prospect in Washington by Perfect Game in 2014, Kelliher is also Perfect Game’s 39th nationally ranked right-handed pitcher.  As a junior in 2013, he was named to the WESCO 4A All-League 1st team as a pitcher.  Kelliher has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for the University of Oregon and will enroll at Oregon in fall 2014.

Timmerman, a 6’1” outfielder from Torrance, Calif., is currently a junior at Cal State Northridge.  A transfer from El Camino College, Timmerman will play his first season for the Matadors in 2014.  In 2013 at El Camino, Timmerman had a .371 batting average and was named Team MVP, earning a spot on the All-South Coast League First Team.

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