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Bellingham Bells

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Bellingham Bells
1220 Civic Field Way
Bellingham, WA 98229
(360) 527-1035

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Standings

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North W L %
1 Wen 3 1 .750
2 Bel 4 2 .667
3 PA 4 5 .444
4 Kam 0 0 .000
5 Kel 0 0 .000
6 Nan 0 2 .000
7 Edm 0 0 .000
8 Vic 0 0 .000
South W L %
1 Por 5 0 1.000
2 WW 4 0 1.000
3 Rdg 4 0 1.000
4 Ben 3 0 1.000
5 Yak 4 1 .800
6 Cow 2 1 .667
7 Spr 2 1 .667
8 Cor 2 1 .667
North W L %
1 Wen 3 1 .750
2 Bel 4 2 .667
3 PA 4 5 .444
4 Kam 0 0 .000
5 Kel 0 0 .000
6 Nan 0 2 .000
7 Edm 0 0 .000
8 Vic 0 0 .000
South W L %
1 Por 5 0 1.000
2 WW 4 0 1.000
3 Rdg 4 0 1.000
4 Ben 3 0 1.000
5 Yak 4 1 .800
6 Cow 2 1 .667
7 Spr 2 1 .667
8 Cor 2 1 .667
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About Bellingham Bells

Established

1999

Owners

Glenn Kirkpatrick

Head Coach

Jim Clem

Assistant Coaches

Haydan Hastings
David Higuera
Carlos Arroyo
Cody Anderson

Ballpark

Joe Martin Field
1220 Civic Field Way
Bellingham, WA 98229

Capacity

2,100

Dimensions

LF- 325’
CF- 385’
RF- 310’

Facility

Joe Martin Field
The Bellingham Bells play at historic Joe Martin Field—the same field on which Ken Griffey, Jr. began his professional baseball career in 1987 with the Bellingham Mariners. Joe Martin Field has a seated capacity of 1,600, offers free parking and provides guests with a fan-friendly environment in which to watch competitive summer collegiate baseball while spending time with family, friends, neighbors and colleagues.

With the exception of the pitching mound, Joe Martin Field is an all-weather, synthetic-turf field. The turf surface was installed by the City of Bellingham in April 2015, in an effort to allow year-round use of the field by various community user groups.


Community

Community
Bellingham, Washington
Whatcom County

County Population
226,300

Must Eat
Erin Baker’s Breakfast Cookies

Must See
San Juan Islands
Mount Baker

Watering Hole
Boundary Bay Brewery &
Bistro

Best Golf
Loomis Trail Golf & Country
Club

Paper
The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham is located on the shores of Bellingham Bay with Mount Baker as its backdrop and is the last major city before the Washington coastline meets the Canadian border. The city, which serves as the county seat of Whatcom County, is at the center of a uniquely picturesque area offering a rich variety of recreational, cultural, educational and economic activities. Bellingham has an active water front port that supports fishing, boat building, shipping, and marina operations. From Bellingham’s ports, passenger ferries leave for whale watching cruises, tours to Victoria on Vancouver Island, and cruises to the San Juan Islands.

Bellingham’s renowned historic district features Victorian-era buildings and shops offering handcrafted products, local restaurants that serve fresh seafood, plus art galleries featuring Northwest artisans. The cultural district includes the respected Whatcom Museum of History and Art. Originally built in 1892 as City hall, the museum’s imposing brick building is the centerpiece of a four-building campus including a children’s museum.