The Bellingham Bells and the West Coast League are excited to announce the addition of video streaming services to the summer collegiate baseball experience in 2018.
The Bells are partnering with Go LIVE Broadcasts to stream all 30 Bells’ home games at http://live.golivebroadcasts.com. Post-game highlights will also be posted to Facebook and social media.
The video broadcast is presented by PogoZone, the official media partner of the Bellingham Bells.
“We are thrilled to be adding this service for 2018,” Bells’ general manager Stephanie Morrell said. “This will give the parents of our players, as well as their college coaches, the ability to tune in to our games from across the country, and it will also give our fans the opportunity to watch games when they are not able to get to park. We are excited that the WCL has made the commitment to offer video streaming across our league and look forward to bringing the action to the fans all season long, whether you can make it to the ballpark or not!”
Bells home games will be available to stream for $5.99 per game or a full season package can be purchased for $129.99.
Each West Coast League team will have streaming capabilities this summer, but the source of the stream will vary by team.
Other teams using the Go LIVE Broadcast service include the Victoria HarbourCats, Bend Elks and Corvallis Knights.
Purchase of the season pass will give viewers access to all Bells home games as well as any games streamed by Victoria, Bend, or Corvallis.
All totaled Go LIVE will be broadcasting 134 games for 4 WCL clubs this season including: Bend, Bellingham, Corvallis and Victoria. Individual game PPV and all access passes are currently available. “We’re excited to be growing with the West Coast League and bringing LIVE coverage with play by play commentary and full scoreboard graphics to fans in the US and Canada” – Chris Jaycox, Go LIVE
Tune in to catch the Bells in their home opener against the Walla Walla Sweets on June 4.