Brett Brothers Buy Into WCCBL

The Bellingham Bells of the West Coast Collegiate Baseball League — the summer league the Kitsap BlueJackets belong to — have new owners.
The Bells were acquired by a group led by Bobby Brett and his brother, Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett. The Bells were sold by Tony Larson, who had owned the team since 2001.
The Brett family also operates the Spokane Indians Baseball Club, the Spokane Chiefs Hockey Club, the Tri-City Dust Devils Baseball Club and the High Desert Mavericks Baseball Club.
The WCCBL schedule has also been announced. The BlueJackets open the league season at home at the Fairgrounds against the rival Corvallis Knights, June 5-6-7.
For ticket information and the complete schedule, go to
This will be the BlueJackets fourth year of operation and it’ll be interesting to see if they can pump up the interest. Attendance dipped a year ago.

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