The Bellingham Bells, a summer, wood bat, collegiate baseball team, will add two Washington Huskies to the 2015 roster, the team announced Monday, March 2. Outfielder K.J. Brady and left-handed pitcher Channing Nesbitt will join the Bells during summer 2015.
Brady, a native of Everett, is a freshman for the Huskies. As a senior at Cascade High School in 2014, Brady hit .418 with a .500 on base percentage and three home runs. He was named Wesco Conference MVP in 2014, and was also named to the all-conference team in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Originally from Oakland, Calif., Nesbitt is also a freshman for the Huskies. A graduate of Bishop O’Dowd High School, Nesbitt had an impressive prep career that included three consecutive years of being named to the All-West Alameda Foothills team, as well as being named the conference MVP pitcher in 2013.
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