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Bells to host WCL Championship playoff game Sunday

Bells to host WCL Championship playoff game Sunday

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The Bellingham Bells advanced to the West Coast League Championship Series against the Corvallis Knights. Game one will be in Corvallis Friday night. You can hear Game one tomorrow at 6:40pm on AM 790 KGMI and www.KGMI.com.

The Bells will host Game Two of the series at Joe Martin Field Sunday, August 17 at 7:05pm. The Bells will also host Game Three, if necessary, at Joe Martin Field on Monday, August 18th. Games two and three (if necessary) will both be broadcast on AM 930 KBAI and www.930KBAI.com with 6:35pm pre-game shows and a 7:05pm first pitch.

The City of Bellingham has pushed back the start date for a field project at Joe Martin Field to accommodate the Championship series and allow the Bells the opportunity to host game(s).

The gates will open at 5:00pm Sunday. Fans wanting to purchase playoff tickets may do so by visiting or calling the Bells office at 360-527-1035. Tickets will be limited to the first 3,000 sold.

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