The 3-0 loss is Bellingham’s sixth straight in WCL play and drops the Bells back six games of West Division leaders Bend and Corvallis.
Starter James Wise only allowed two runs in seven innings on the mound, but the Bellingham bats couldn’t provide run support. Jimmy Reed also threw well for the Bells, surrendering a run in the final two frames.
The Bells hit the road Tuesday, July 27 to open a three game series against Moses Lake as part of a six-game road trip through Moses Lake and Walla Walla. Fans can follow all the action live from the road online at www.BellinghamBells.com.