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Dilone, Devils pound Indians

Northwest League teams take their final day off of the regular season today. The most exhausted players are probably from the Spokane Indians and Tri-City Dust Devils. Read more

Dust Devils blow past Indians with 21 runs

Designated hitter Miguel Dilone drove in eight runs with two homers, a single and a sacrifice fly Monday night to lead the Tri-City Dust Devils to a 21-12 over the Spokane Indians at Avista Stadium. Read more

Spokane Indians blanked second time in three games

The Tri-City Dust Devils used a centered approach Sunday to hand the Spokane Indians their third shutout of the Northwest League season. Wilson Soriano tripled to center field on the second pitch of the game and Sean Dwyer homered twice to center as the Dust Devils piled up a season-high 16 hits during a 7-0 victory in the middle game of a three-game series at Avista Stadium. Read more

Dust Devils make playoff push

The Spokane Indians had little trouble against the Tri-City Dust Devils during the first half of the Northwest League season. The Indians outscored Tri-City 49-17 in winning five of six games. But the second half of the season has a different feel, as the North… Read more

Indians struggling at plate

The Tri-City Dust Devils used a centered approach Sunday to hand the Spokane Indians their third shutout of the Northwest League season. Read more

Spokane Indians blank Dust Devils 1-0

One good 1-0 game deserves another. But this time, the Spokane Indians were on the positive side of the 1-0 outcome, thanks to stellar pitching from Richelson Pena, Erik Swanson and Adam Parks. Read more

Rare 1-0 games come back to back

Several years ago the Spokane Indians’ scorekeeper, an affable man with a wry sense of humor, announced that he had one big wish in his job: to witness a 1-0 Northwest League game. He never got his wish, but maybe he noticed what happened the… Read more

Indians return favor, blank Dust Devils 1-0

One good 1-0 game deserves another. Read more

Dignacco is in the Army now

Nick Dignacco listened to the thrilling tales of his uncle, David Selden, but thought he’d never want a part of that life. Now Dignacco is following his uncle into the U.S. Army. Read more

Dust Devils shut out Spokane Indians 1-0

PASCO – The Spokane Indians, the Northwest League’s top hitting team coming into Friday night’s game, were shut out 1-0 by the team with the worst ERA, the Tri-City Dust Devils. The Indians, blanked for the first time in a nine-inning game this year, managed only a season-low three hits against four Tri-City pitchers, two by Diego Cedeno and one from Eduard Pinto. They didn’t have a baserunner after the sixth inning. Read more

Indians bounce back, knock off Tri-City

PASCO – After falling in a 14-inning game a night before, the Spokane Indians rallied to beat the Tri-City Dust Devils with two late runs on Thursday night. Ishia Kiner-Falefa scored the winning run in the top of the ninth inning after Josh Morgan brought home the tying run in the eighth as Spokane knocked off Tri-City 3-2 at Gesa Stadium. Read more

Indians score late to beat Tri-City

After falling in a 14-inning game a night before, the Spokane Indians rallied to beat the Tri-City Dust Devils with two late runs and a 3-2 victory on Thursday night. Read more

Wild pitches doom Indians in loss to AquaSox

EVERETT – Poor pitching and spotty defense by Spokane, including two wild pitches and a passed ball in a sloppy fourth inning, led the Indians to a 10-5 loss to Everett on Tuesday. Indians pitchers surrendered four walks, four wild pitches and one hit batsman in the game. Read more

Indians walk to win

EVERETT – Talk about a logjam. Spokane used four walks in the top of the 10th inning after waiting out a lightning storm in the bottom of the ninth inning to claim a 3-2 victory over the Everett AquaSox and create a four-way tie for first place in the North Division of the Northwest League on Monday night. Read more

Spokane Indians throw 11-inning no-hitter

EVERETT – Four Spokane pitchers combined on an 11-inning no-hitter with the Indians winning on Luke Tendler’s towering three-run home run for a 3-0 victory over the Everett AquaSox on Sunday afternoon. Derek Thompson, Shane McCain, Adam Parks and Luis Pollorena combined on the no-hitter, the club’s first since 2002. Thompson went five innings, McCain three, Parks two and Pollorena one. Parks (2-1) got the win with Pollorena picking up his third save. Only three AquaSox batters reached base, two on walks with the other hit by a pitch. Read more

Indians just say no hits to AquaSox

Four Spokane pitchers combined on an 11-inning no-hitter with the Indians winning on Luke Tendler’s towering three-run home run for a 3-0 victory over the Everett AquaSox on Sunday afternoon. Read more

Indians dump Sox

Nick Gardewine and Juremi Profar had waited long enough. Starting pitcher Gardewine won for the first time in three weeks and Profar hit his first home run with the Spokane Indians during Saturday’s 8-3 win over the Everett AquaSox. Read more

Indians improve to 8-0 in series against North Division

By winning the final two games of a three-game series against Everett at Avista Stadium, the Spokane Indians made it 8 for 8 this season in series against Northwest League North Division foes. Read story Read more

Indians take series finale from Everett

Starting pitcher Nick Gardewine won for the first time in three weeks and Juremi Profar hit his first home run with the Spokane Indians during Saturday’s 8-3 win over the Everett AquaSox. Read more

Spokane uses big-inning to clobber Everett

Since joining the Spokane Indians in late July, Jose “Pepe” Cardona has become known for his aggressiveness on the basepaths. That’s resulted in a mixed bag for the Indians – as was the case again Friday – but nobody can deny what Cardona provides to the team. Read more

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