Bells Announce Three New Players from Championship Programs

The Bellingham Bells are excited to announce three new players for the 2023 season. Take a trip down the West Coast this week as we introduce Stanford’s right-handed pitcher Trevor Moore and outfielder Brady Reynolds, as well as UC-Santa Barbara’s LHP Hudson Barrett.

Moore and Reynolds will represent Stanford on the 2023 Bells.

“We have a deep respect for the Stanford program and look forward to another year of working together,” Bells general manager Stephanie Morrell said. “They have consistently been high performers, excellent teammates, and outstanding Bells. Trevor and Brady appear to be no different and come highly recommended by the Stanford staff. We can’t wait to get them to Bellingham!”

Moore, a sophomore right-handed pitcher from Golden, Colo., had an outstanding prep career and in 2022 was rated the third-best right-handed pitcher in Colorado by Perfect Game. He is known for having high velocity (mid-nineties) and good control. Moore’s father, Tim, also played baseball at Stanford and was a fifth-round pick of the Chicago White Sox.

“Trevor is an exciting young pitcher who’s getting better with every outing,” Morrell said. “Like so many Stanford pitchers we’ve had before him, we expect him to be poised, consistent and dominant. He will be a fantastic addition to our staff.”

Reynolds, a current high school senior at Liberty High School in Bakersfield, Calif., was named to the 2022 Perfect Game World Series All -Tournament Team. He will bring a strong bat from the left side to the Bells and has recently participated at the Perfect Game National Showcase, as well as the World Wood Bat Association World Championship.

“Brady is a talented, physical player who can really hit,” Morrell said. “He’s expected to make an impact offensively and also be a versatile player in the field who can contribute from a variety of positions.”

Barrett will represent UC-Santa Barbara on the 2023 Bells.

“UC-Santa Barbara is a very successful program with talented players,” Morrell said. “We feel fortunate to have a great relationship and are looking forward to another year of working together.”

Barrett will bring a four-pitch mix, including a fastball in the 90s, to the Big West Champions. During his Junior season at Frontier High School in Bakersfield, Calif. Barrett became the first person at his school to throw a no-hitter, racking up 11 strikeouts. Barrett, a two-way player, showed off his skills at the plate this past summer in the Western Canadian Baseball League, a collegiate summer league, where he piled up 24 walks in 30 games for Moose Jaw Miller Express.

“Barrett is an exciting arm,” Morrell said. “He throws strikes and has a variety of tools in his arsenal. He’s someone who I know our fans will love watching every time he is on the mound.”

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Stephanie Morrell

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