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Red Hot: Bellingham Bells win again

Red Hot: Bellingham Bells win again

Bellingham Bells Skipper Jeff James Photo: KPUG/Photo Credit: Doug Lange

Make it 14 wins in a row for the Bells as Bellingham downed Kitsap, 5-2, before a record crowd at Joe Martin Field Tuesday night. The Bells set their single game attendance mark of 3,032 on Casacde Radio Group night.

Bellingham got 5 runs on 7 hits. Nate Anderson led the way with the bat going 2-for-4 with 2 RBI’s and a run scored. Dustin Breshears added a 2-RBI triple in the victory.
The Bells (22-5, 19-5 WCL) extended their win streak to 14 games, including 12 straight league victories. They’ll go for the sweep Wednesday night against Kitsap beginning at 7:05pm.
(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)

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