Bells add two players to roster


The Bellingham Bells added Oakland University's Ian Yetsko and UCLA's Moises Ceja for the 2014 season.

Yetsko, a 5-foot-9 utility player from Dewitt, Mich., is a sophomore at Oakland in Rochester, Mich. At Dewitt High School, Yetsko was a three-year baseball letterman and a four time all-league and all-district selection.

As a freshman at Oakland University in 2012, Yetsko saw action in 29 games and batted .316 overall, driving in 14 runs and scoring 7 times. After redshirting the 2013 season, Yetsko will play his sophomore season for the Golden Grizzlies in 2014.

Ceja, a 6-foot freshman, is a right-handed pitcher from Arleta, Calif. As a senior at Kennedy High School in 2013, he had a 6-1 record with a .66 ERA in 64 innings pitched. In addition to throwing six complete games, Ceja also struck out 68 batters on the season. Also a strong asset at the plate, in 2013 Ceja hit .444 in 45 at bats. He was named to the 2013 All-Valley Mission League and Los Angeles All-City teams.

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