Indians take advantage of Canadians wildness in 4-2 win

The Spokane Indians found a perfect remedy for a two-week case of sluggishness. Given a dose of home cooking, the Indians returned to their winning ways Sunday with a 4-2 decision over the Vancouver Canadians to open an eight-game homestand at Avista Stadium. Read more

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Indians improve to 5-2 against Vancouver

What separates the Spokane Indians from the Vancouver Canadians so far this season isn't their records. Both teams are…

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Indians return home, top Vancouver

Given a dose of home cooking, the Indians returned to their winning ways Sunday with a 4-2 decision over the Vancouver Canadians to open an eight-game homestand at Avista Stadium. Read more

Spokane Indians end four-game losing streak

KEIZER, Ore. – Jose Cardona picked up three hits and an RBI in his second game with Spokane as the Indians broke through with their first victory of the Northwest League’s second half, defeating the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 4-1 Saturday night. The Indians, first-half champions in the North Division, salvaged the final game of the five-game series after losing the first four to begin the second half. Read more

Newcomer leads Indians’ win

Jose Cardona picked up three hits and an RBI in his second game with Spokane as the Indians defeated the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 4-1 Saturday night. Read more

Indians’ Fasola a quick study in pitching

Johnny Fasola leads the Spokane Indians with four saves and was recently named to the Northwest League’s North Division All-Star team. But he made his mark in high school and early in his college career as a shortstop. Read more

Spokane Indians 0 for 4 in league’s second half

KEIZER, Ore. – The Spokane Indians fell to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 5-3 Friday night, failing to win for the fourth straight game since the start of the Northwest League’s second half. The Indians, the first-half North Division champions, are the only team in the league without a victory in the second half. They lost just 13 games in the entire first half. Read more

Indians fall to 0-4 in second half of NWL season

The Spokane Indians fell to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 5-3 Friday night, failing to win for the fourth straight game since the start of the Northwest League’s second half. Read more

Grand slam keys big inning as Volcanoes thump Indians

KEIZER, Ore. – Shilo McCall’s grand slam highlighted an eight-run third inning Thursday night as the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes defeated the Spokane Indians 8-2 in Northwest League play at Volcanoes Stadium. The Volcanoes sent 13 batters to the plate during the third and scored all eight runs after two outs. The inning included five hits, three walks and two batters hit by pitch. Read more

Indians fan season-high 16 times in defeat

KEIZER, Ore. – The Spokane Indians struck out a season-high 16 times Wednesday while falling to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 5-2 in Northwest League play at Volcanoes Stadium. Volcanoes starter Jason Forjet (3-0) struck out 11 in 6 2/3 innings, including the side in the fifth inning. Eury Sanchez, who earned his fifth save, struck out four in the ninth, allowing Zach Cone to reach first base with two outs after a strikeout and wild pitch. Read more

First-half champion Indians open second half with setback

KEIZER, Ore. – The second half of the Northwest League season began much differently than the first half for the Spokane Indians. Salem-Keizer sent 12 batters to the plate during a seven-run fifth inning and Christian Arroyo drove in four runs Tuesday as the Volcanoes dispatched the Indians 10-4 at Volcanoes Stadium to inaugurate second-half play. Read more

First-half champion Indians open second half with setback

The second half of the Northwest League season began much differently than the first half for the Spokane Indians. Read more

Indians beat AquaSox to take first half division title

At one point of the Northwest League season, the Spokane Indians had a 1-4 record in games that left-hander Derek Thompson started and a 15-3 record when someone else started. But in a must-win game on Monday, Thompson took the ball, owned the mound and clinched a postseason berth for the Indians. Read more

Indians go wire-to-wire in first half

The Spokane Indians remained in first place in the Northwest League's North Division for the entire first half. Technically…

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Spokane Indians lose; race goes down to final day

The Spokane Indians needed one more strike to clinch a postseason berth. Instead of giving the Indians that strike, Corey Simpson struck. Read more

Final strike eludes playoff-seeking Indians

There may be a more cruel way to have a sure-fire playoff berth yanked away, but it's hard to…

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Race goes down to final day after Spokane Indians lose

The Spokane Indians needed one more strike to clinch a postseason berth. Instead of giving the Indians that strike, Corey Simpson struck. Read more