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Bellinham Bells beat Cowlitz Black Bears 5-1

Bellinham Bells beat Cowlitz Black Bears 5-1

Bellingham Bells mascot Dinger. (Photo -Doug Lange)

The Bellingham Bells extend their winning streak to 11 games by beating the Cowlitz Black Bears 5-1.

It was a 1-1 game until Danny Miller slammed a 2 run homer int the 7th to open things up. Arron Sanderfor tied his strike out record with 8 in seven innings and Erik Webber had 4 runs and 2 stolen bases.

This is the longest winning streak for the Bells since 2011.

To listen or download a podcast of the game, click here for pregame through the 4th inning and here for the 5th through the postgame.

 

Clay Willison – KPUG Staff

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