Bells win 11th in a row


Less than a full day after playing a 17-inning game, Bellingham was again tied with Cowlitz, 1-1 in the 7th inning on Friday. But rightfielder Danny Miller hit a two-run home run to break the tie and highlight a three-run bottom of the 7th as the Bells went on to win their 11th game in a row, 5-1 over Cowlitz on July 4 at Joe Martin Field.

Miller hit his sixth home run of the season over the right field wall following a leadoff single by first baseman Scott Heath.

Catcher Eric Webber continued the rally, doubling down the left field line and scoring later in the frame on a base hit by second baseman Dustin Breshears.

Bellingham totaled four hits in the inning, breaking through offensively after loading the bases in the third, fourth and fifth innings but scoring just one run. Webber led the Bells with four hits on the afternoon, and also stole two bases.

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