Spokane Indians

Tracking Spokane’s Northwest League (short-season A) baseball team. The Indians, a Texas Rangers farm club, won the NWL title in 2008.


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  • Spokane loses its first matchup with Hillsboro

    HILLSBORO, Ore. – The Hillsboro Hops have the worst record in the Northwest League, but they’ve never lost to the Spokane Indians. The Hops (9-25) sent eight runners to the …


  • Late rally lifts Hops over Indians

    The Hillsboro Hops have the worst record in the Northwest League, but they’ve never lost to the Spokane Indians. The Hops (9-25) sent eight runners to the plate during a …


  • Indians rally in eighth for win; overcome earlier mistake

    Wilson Soriano got the better of Ryan Cordell in the sixth inning Wednesday, but Cordell waited for the perfect moment to answer back. Cordell’s two-out RBI double over the head …


  • Indians rally in the eighth to overcome earlier mistakes

    Wilson Soriano got the better of Ryan Cordell in the sixth inning Wednesday, but Cordell waited for the perfect moment to answer back.


  • Tri-City pitchers silence Indians

    The Tri-City Dust Devils appear to be stronger since center fielder Kyle Von Tungeln rejoined the club. Whether Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett feels that’s true couldn’t be determined immediately, …


  • Resurgent Dust Devils stop Indians

    The Tri-City Dust Devils appear to be stronger since center fielder Kyle Von Tungeln rejoined the club. Whether Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett feels that’s true couldn’t be determined immediately, …


  • Ledbetter twins at home in Rangers family

    Twenty-six years elapsed before a major league baseball team drafted a player from Cedarville (Ohio) University. That player, Spokane Indians starting pitcher David Ledbetter, held his place in school lore …


  • Garia leads Indians to win over Volcanoes

    KEIZER, Ore. – Chris Garia had three hits and scored three runs to help propel the Spokane Indians to an 8-4 victory over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in Northwest League baseball …


  • Ledbetter twins at home in Rangers family

    Twenty-six years elapsed before a major league baseball team drafted a player from Cedarville (Ohio) University. That player, Spokane Indians starting pitcher David Ledbetter, held his place in school lore …


  • Indians roll over Volcanoes

    KEIZER, Ore. – Chris Garia had three hits and scored three runs to help propel the Spokane Indians to an 8-4 victory over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in Northwest League baseball …


  • Salem-Keizer blanks Indians

    Joe Kurrasch (2-2), Jake Shadle and Eduardo Encinosa combined on a four-hitter Saturday night as Salem-Keizer dispatched the Indians 6-0 at Volcanoes Stadium.


  • First-rounder Gonzalez struggles for Indians

    KEIZER, Ore. – Alex Gonzalez’s struggles continued Friday night during his sixth professional start. The first-round draft pick out of Oral Roberts dropped to 0-4 by allowing six hits and …


  • First-rounder Gonzalez struggles for Indians

    Alex Gonzalez’s struggles continued Friday night during his sixth professional start.


  • Volcanoes take advantage of walks to topple Indians

    KEIZER, Ore. – Appropriately enough, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes began their fourth inning Thursday night with a walk. The Volcanoes patched together a six-run fourth with the help of five walks …


  • Volcanoes stroll past Indians

    The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes patched together a six-run fourth with the help of five walks and strolled past the Spokane Indians 9-1 in Northwest League play Thursday night at in Keizer, …


  • Indians hurlers calm Volcanoes in victory

    KEIZER, Ore. – Three pitchers all turned in solid performances for Spokane Wednesday night as the Indians held on to beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 4-3 in Northwest League action on …


  • Indians pitching shuts down Emeralds

    Richard Alvarez and Sam Wolff played key roles Monday as the Spokane Indians completed a successful five-game series against the Eugene Emeralds at Avista Stadium. Alvarez (1-1) retired all five …


  • Indians ride big eighth inning to victory over Emeralds

    Jamie Jarmon and the Spokane Indians made the most of their second chances on Sunday. Jarmon went 3 for 4 with three runs batted in, including a two-run single during …


  • Indians ride big eighth inning to victory over Emeralds

    Jamie Jarmon and the Spokane Indians made the most of their second chances on Sunday.


  • Indians almost overcome sloppy play, fall to Eugene

    The Spokane Indians’ six-game winning streak ended Saturday night because of a case of “shooting-in-the-footitis.” The Indians played sloppy baseball in the early innings and made a key baserunning blunder …

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