The Bellingham Bells bring back left-handed pitchers — Central Washington’s Zach Johnson and Stanford’s Andrew Summerville — for the 2015 season.
Both Johnson and Summerville were part of a 2014 Bells pitching staff that maintained a 2.68 ERA en route to winning the 2014 West Coast League championship.
Johnson, a junior from Kirkland, was a West Coast League All-Star selection for the Bells in 2014. He ended the 2014 West Coast League regular season with a 1.92 ERA in 42.0 innings pitched and 35 strikeouts.
Summerville, currently in his freshman year at Stanford University, is originally from Seattle, where he attended the Lakeside School. Summerville was named the WIAA 3A Player of the Year. Additionally, he was named the 2014 Washington State Baseball Coaches Association Player of the Year.