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The Spokane Indians will host their annual Community FanFest at 1 p.m. Saturday at Avista Sadium to kick-start the 2017 Northwest League season.
Hank Weaver, the oldest living former Spokane Indians baseball player, died May 5 in Phoenix at the age of 95.
Wednesday night’s World Baseball Classic championship game, pitting the U.S. against Puerto Rico, had a local-to-Spokane flair with three former Indians on the rosters of the two teams.
Bryson Brigman singled to center with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning on Monday afternoon to give the Everett AquaSox a 6-5 victory over the Spokane Indians at Memorial Stadium in the final dress rehersal for the two teams that will meet in the first round of the Northwest League playoffs.
A day after the Everett AquaSox rallied in the ninth to beat Spokane, the Indians returned the favor with Anderson Tejeda driving in his fourth run of the game with a bunt single in the final inning for an 8-7 victory on Sunday.
Minor league baseball is a grind. But it’s one Spokane Indians players were prepared for.
The Spokane Indians’ 10-game losing streak was snapped in emphatic fashion.
The Hillsboro Hops scored two runs in each of the sixth, seventh and eighth innings and beat Spokane 6-2 on Sunday to send the Indians to their fourth consecutive defeat.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – Darius Day slugged his first homer of the season and three Spokane pitchers combined on six-hit shutout while striking out 12 in a 3-0 victory over the Vancouver Canadians on Sunday.
The Vancouver Canadians scored three unearned runs in the sixth to overtake the Spokane Indians 3-2 on Sunday in the final game of a four-game Northwest League series at Avista Stadium.
Salem-Keizer starter Michael Connolly kept the Spokane Indians’ bats in check as the Volcanoes cruised to a 12-3 win at Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday night.
Tyler Sanchez’s no-out, two-run home run to left field gave the Spokane Indians a 4-2 victory over the Hillsboro Hops on Sunday afternoon at Avista Stadium.
On opening night, the Spokane Indians beat the Hillsboro Hops 6-5 in the ninth inning on a run by Ti'Quan Forbes, Thursday, June 18, 2015, at Avista Stadium.
HILLSBORO, Ore. – Josh Morgan drove in the go-ahead run and Eduard Pinto hit his first home run of the season as the Spokane Indians defeated the Hillsboro Hops 7-4 on Sunday to snap a six-game Northwest League losing streak. Luke Tendler hit a double, his 16th of the season, to lead off the sixth against reliever Mike Cetta (1-3), who then threw a wild pitch to send Tendler to third. Morgan followed with his ground-ball single to center for a 5-4 lead.
At any given Spokane Indians Baseball home game, “Captain” Jack Billingsley can be heard hawking cotton candy to the crowds. “Cotton candy here!” he’ll yell while he waves his stick with bags of candy in the air.
Despite being the prototypical .500 team, the Spokane Indians have two ways to qualify for postseason during the last six days of the Northwest League regular season. The first way is more direct but less likely. The Indians can capture the North Division second-half title by winning at least five of their remaining games, all against Everett. Spokane (15-17) is three games behind the AquaSox (18-14), who have taken control of the division with seven consecutive wins.
Despite being the prototypical .500 team, the Spokane Indians have two ways to qualify for postseason during the last six days of the Northwest League regular season.
Joe Jackson experienced two flashbacks when he came to the plate in the bottom of the 10th inning Friday with runners at the corners in a 5-all game. First, he thought back to the eighth inning, when he grounded into a double play with the Spokane Indians trailing the Tri-City Dust Devils 5-4.
Luis Pollorena doesn’t say he almost died from childhood leukemia. There’s no almost about it, Pollorena claims.