Kansas Stars pitcher Heath Bell spends time in the stands with Molly Buchholz, Brett Vuxta, Brady Schaner and Mason Belcher (in the front row) during the early innings of the Stars’ game Friday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.
Kansas Stars pitcher Heath Bell spends time in the stands with Molly Buchholz, Brett Vuxta, Brady Schaner and Mason Belcher (in the front row) during the early innings of the Stars’ game Friday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. Jeffrey Lutz The Wichita Eagle
Kansas Stars pitcher Heath Bell spends time in the stands with Molly Buchholz, Brett Vuxta, Brady Schaner and Mason Belcher (in the front row) during the early innings of the Stars’ game Friday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. Jeffrey Lutz The Wichita Eagle

Kansas Stars’ Heath Bell has major fun interacting with fans

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