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Indians hit ground walking, then take off running to win

VANCOUVER, B.C. – The adage a leadoff walk always comes around to score was just the beginning for the Spokane Indians on Thursday night. LaDarius Clark took a free pass, stole second and later scored on a Dylan Moore double as the Indians rushed to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back during a 17-2 rout of the host Canadians (6-9) in a Northwest League game at Nat Bailey Stadium. Read more

Fast start sends Indians to blowout win

The Spokane Indians rushed to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back during a 17-2 rout of the host Canadians in a Northwest League game at Nat Bailey Stadium. Read more

Indians ride Emerson Martinez to win over Canadians

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Emerson Martinez fired five shutout innings in his best performance of the young season and the Spokane Indians posted a 3-0 victory over the Vancouver Canadians in Northwest League play on Wednesday. Martinez (1-2) allowed just three hits and a pair of walks with four strikeouts to notch his first win of the campaign. Read more

Indians score eight runs late to win series with Volcanoes

KEIZER, Ore. – A late-game offensive outburst gave the Spokane Indians a 9-7 victory over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in the finale of a five-game Northwest League series on Tuesday night. The win also gave the Indians a 3-2 series victory. Read more

Salem-Keizer’s Chase Compton too much for Spokane Indians

KEIZER, Ore. – Designated hitter Chase Compton had four hits and drove in two runs to lead the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes to a 7-5 win over the Spokane Indians in a Northwest League game Monday night. A day after getting blanked on five hits by a trio of Spokane pitchers, the Volcanoes piled up 10 hits off five different pitchers. Read more

Salem-Keizer’s Chase Compton too much for Spokane Indians

Designated hitter Chase Compton had four hits and drove in two runs to lead the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes to a 7-5 win over the Spokane Indians in a Northwest League game Monday night. Read more

Palmquist pitches Indians to victory

KEIZER, Ore. – Cody Palmquist fired five shutout innings and LaDarious Clark, Connor McKay and Sherman Lacrus each drove in a pair of runs as the Spokane Indians rolled to an 8-0 victory over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in Northwest League action on Sunday. Palmquist (1-0) allowed four hits and two walks, while striking out five. He lowered his earned-run average to 1.93. Read more

Light-hitting Indians shut down by Connolly, Volcanoes

KEIZER, Ore. – 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. Connolly pitched five innings, scattering four hits and striking out four while allowing only one unearned run to earn his first win of the season. The only poor throw Connolly made was on a comebacker to start the fifth inning. The 23-year-old righty fired wide of first, allowing Indians first baseman Diego Cedeno to trot to second. Read more

Spokane Indians beat Volcanoes to end three-game losing streak

KEIZER, Ore. – Joe Palumbo pitched 6 2/3 innings of strong relief and the Spokane Indians snapped a three-game losing streak with a crisp 4-1 Northwest League win over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes on a hot Friday night. Starter Dillon Tate, the Texas Rangers’ top pick and the fourth overall in the recent major league draft, struggled in his Indians debut, walking the bases full but getting a double-play ground ball to escape a threat in his only inning. Read more

Indians crumble in third inning as AquaSox complete sweep

The Spokane Indians are a team in the market for an emotional lift and a change of scenery. They’re guaranteed at least one of those things tonight. Read more

Indians look for lift after sweep by AquaSox

Coming off a third straight loss to the North Division-leading Everett AquaSox – this one an 11-4 pasting in front of 5,441 at Avista Stadium – the Spokane Indians are grasping for answers. Read more

Indians’ offense takes night off in loss to AquaSox

In a game where it seemed that neither team’s offense seemed up to the challenge to score, the Everett AquaSox finally came to life in the seventh and eighth innings Wednesday night to beat the Spokane Indians 3-0. The Indians scratched out six hits, but could not string them together. Former Washington State pitcher Joe Pistorese came on in relief and ended up getting his first professional win for the AquaSox in front of 3,811 fans at Avista Stadium. Read more

New Indians player McKay jumps right in

On Sunday morning, Connor McKay was still in Kansas City. On Monday night, he was helping the Spokane Indians win. Read game story Read more

Easy for Indians

After sweating through walk-off wins on Thursday and Sunday, Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett confided that he’d love to finally win a game by four or five runs. The Indians answered their skipper’s wish on Monday, pounding out seven extra-base hits during an 8-3 win over the Hillsboro Hops at Avista Stadium. Read more

Indians win on Sanchez’s homer

The Spokane Indians executed a perfect hit-and-run play in the bottom of the ninth inning Sunday. Tyler Sanchez hit the ball, and he and base runner Dylan Moore ran home. Read more

Indians experiment with infield

The Spokane Indians played errorless ball on Sunday with a new-look infield. Read game story Read more

Spokane Indians commit five errors, lose to Hillsboro

Caution, Indians fans, it’s early. Even though the season is just three games old, though, there are some things to be concerned about. Read more

Spokane Indians commit five errors, lose to Hillsboro

Caution, Indians fans, it’s early. Even though the season is just three games old, though, there are some things to be concerned about. Read more

Indians could use glove work, extra pop

An early impression about the 2015 Spokane Indians: Their defense has been spotty and their bats have lacked power. Read game story Read more

Hillsboro beats Spokane Indians 10-3

The last time Jared Miller pitched and won a game in the Northwest League, a bit more was at stake. Miller baffled the Spokane Indians for six innings Friday night as the Hillsboro Hops cruised to a 10-3 victory at Avista Stadium 24 hours after losing the season opener in the bottom of the ninth inning. Read more

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