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Bells come from behind to top Yakima Valley

Bells come from behind to top Yakima Valley

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The Bellingham Bells had no intentions of giving up after finding themselves down 5-0 in the 2nd to the Yakima Valley Pippins. In fact, it didn’t take long for the Bells to answer right back, scoring 4 runs in the top of the 3rd to trail 5-4.

It would stay that way until the 8th when the Bells tied things up, but missed a big opportunity leaving the bases loaded. But in the 9th, Scott Heath drove in what would be the winning run to give the Bells the 6-5 win.

Bellingham returns home to face Cowlitz Friday, game time is 7:05pm. We’ll have coverage on our sister station AM930 beginning at 6:35pm.

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