The Bells open their 13th season on June 3 at Joe Martin Field against the Kelowna Falcons. Bellingham will play a total of 30 regular season home games at Joe Martin Field, which includes a visit from every team in the West Coast League in addition to a single game against one of the most recognizable names in summer collegiate wood bat baseball, the Alaska Goldpanners of the Alaska Baseball League on July 11.
Fans will get their first look at the expansion Klamath Falls Gems on June 30 and the two-time defending WCL champion Wenatchee Applesox make their lone trip to Bellingham for a three-game series beginning on July 30.
Season tickets will be sold in three areas, including Dugout Box seats, Grandstand Reserved seats, and the new Bleacher Reserved seats. Full season tickets in the Dugout Box seats will be sold for $225 per seat and each ticket will include a voucher for a hot dog and a soda at each game. The Bells are also replacing the old seats in the Dugout Box area with brand new pro-style fold down seats.
Grandstand Reserved seats are available for $165 per seat and Bleacher Reserved seats are available for $135 per seat.
In addition, the Bells have introduced two new 7-Game Mini Plans and a 10-Game Freedom Pack. The two 7-Game Mini Plans will be available in both the Grandstand Reserved section ($43/seat) and the Bleacher Reserved section ($36/seat) while the 10-Game Freedom Plan ($65/seat) allows fans to use their 10 Grandstand Reserved tickets for any game(s).
Individuals and companies with inquiries about season tickets, corporate sponsorship opportunities, or any other matters related to the ballclub, are encouraged to contact the Bellingham Bells offices at (360) 527-1030, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Bellingham Bells
The Bellingham Bells are a professionally operated collegiate summer baseball team in the West Coast League striving to provide their fans, sponsors, and partners with the very best in competitive baseball and affordable entertainment in a family-friendly atmosphere. The team is comprised of college baseball players from across the country. In recent years, the Bells have helped produce a number of major leaguers including Jeff Francis of the 2007 National League Champion Colorado Rockies and Whatcom County natives Ty Taubenheim and Kevin Richardson.