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Spokane Indians catcher Yohel Pozo was involved in a hazing incident last fall in the Dominican Republic, but has been cleared by Dominican authorities and the Texas Rangers, the Indians’ parent club, according to a Rangers spokesperson.
The Indians gave up a pair of home runs, including a go-ahead homer in the 10th, and Spokane fell 5-4 to the Tri-City Dust Devils at Avista Stadium on Monday night after a lightning storm delay that stretched almost an hour.
The Spokane Indians play the Tri-City Dust Devils Monday night at Avista Stadium.
The Vancouver Canadians concluded a three-game sweep of the Spokane Indians, winning the series finale 8-3 behind catcher Riley Adams’ four-hit performance in Sunday afternoon’s Northwest League game.
Bryan Lizardo’s three-run double ignited a six-run second inning and the Vancouver Canadians (7-3) beat the Spokane Indians (3-7) 10-4 on Saturday night in Northwest League action.
Ten total walks by the Spokane Indians (3-6) pitching staff allowed the Vancouver Canadians (6-3) to rally three times and defeat the Indians 8-5 in Friday night’s Northwest League action.
The Tri-City Dust Devils walked off the Spokane Indians as a costly error by Indians first baseman Curtis Terry allowed Tri-City catcher Jalen Washington to score and complete a three-game sweep in Northwest League baseball.
Aldemar Burgos went 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBIs and the Tri-City Dust Devils beat the Spokane Indians 5-1 in the second of a three-game Northwest League series on Wednesday.
Behind a dominant performance from starting pitcher Jim McDade, the Tri-City Dust Devils (5-1) beat the Spokane Indians (3-3) in the Indians’ first road game of the season, 10-0, on Tuesday at Gesa Stadium in Pasco.
It’s still early in the season, but one trait the Spokane Indians are demonstrating is the power of chemistry. No, not the “academic” version of chemistry taught in high school or college, but something more like the intangible internal feeling that distinguishes a “typical” team from a “family” team.
The Spokane Indians played the Boise Hawks at Avista Stadium in their season-opening series.
Cristian Inoa lifted a blooper that fell behind second base and sent home Miguel Aparicio, giving the Spokane Indians a 7-6 walk-off win over the Boise Hawks on Monday night at Avista Stadium.
With two dramatic late-inning rallies, the Spokane Indians beat the Boise Hawks in walk-off fashion Monday night, 7-6, in front of 3,812 at Avista Stadium.
Which do you like more, Star Wars or baseball? CH As a longtime leader in the Spokane Indians baseball team’s front office, the senior vice president has a pretty good idea when something is as American as apple pie. Or Father’s Day. Sunday was “Luke, I Am Your Father’s Day” at Avista Stadium.
It’s not often that minor leaguers see a familiar face in the stands. Well, except for Spokane Indians right fielder Chad Smith, who can almost always count on his dad to be in attendance – especially on Father’s Day.
Sunday was “Luke, I Am Your Father’s Day” at Avista Stadium.
The Spokane Indians erupted for seven runs in the first inning against the Boise Hawks en route to a 10-0 victory and a split of a Father’s Day doubleheader at Avista Stadium.
It was Star Wars Night on Saturday and Luke, I Am Your Father's Day on Sunday at Avista Stadium.
The Spokane Indians certainly used the Force to their advantage on Star Wars night Saturday night when they edged the Boise Hawks 3-2 for their first Northwest League win of the season.
On Star Wars Night at Avista Stadium, Austin O’Banion used The Force to hit a sixth-inning home run off Boise left-handed reliever Kyle Cedotal and the Spokane Indians beat the Hawks 3-2 on Saturday night in Northwest League action.