Recent former Spokane Indians off to quick start at full-season affiliates
Giants and former Spokane Indians manager Bruce Bochy to retire after this season
Major League Baseball playoffs have local flair with former Spokane Indians on Boston Red Sox roster
Spokane Indians affiliate agreement renewed with Texas Rangers
Spokane Indians lose on walk-off balk; Eugene takes Northwest League championship series
Kenny Hook, 43, becomes the seventh Indians manager since Spokane became an affiliate of the Texas Rangers.
The Spokane Indians don’t begin their 2019 campaign for two months, but players from last year’s team are off to a good start with the Texas Rangers’ full-season affiliates.
Bochy, who began his managerial career by leading the 1989 Spokane Indians to their third straight Northwest League title, has been a major league manager for 25 seasons.
The MLB playoffs will have a somewhat local flair, as a pair of former Spokane Indians are employed by a postseason favorite.
The Texas Rangers announced the organization has extended its Player Development Agreement with the Spokane Indians through the 2020 season.
The Spokane Indians’ recently completed season was a success in many ways, not the least of which was their trip to the Northwest League championship series.
Emmanuel Clase commits walk-off balk and Eugene Emeralds sweep Spokane Indians in Northwest League Championship Series.
The Eugene Emeralds beat the Spokane Indians 4-0 in Game 2 of the best-of-five Northwest League Championship Series.
Levi Jordan hit a home run in the eighth inning and the Eugene Emeralds beat the Spokane Indians 3-2 in Game 1 of the Northwest League Championship Series.
The very nature of the short-season schedule in the Northwest League has produced an interesting championship matchup – and series schedule.
It’s not a major league pennant race, but Chi Chi Gonzalez sure is savoring the current Spokane Indians run to the Northwest League championship series.
The Everett AquaSox rallied for six runs in the fourth inning to beat the Spokane Indians 8-3 in Game 2 of the division series on Thursday.