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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  • Canadians’ Anderson uses changeup to perplex Indians

    Kyle Anderson has worn a Spokane uniform before, but on Tuesday he just wore out the Spokane Indians.


  • Indians win in 11th on Garia homer

    The rest of the Spokane Indians, including the pitchers, are tied for second in club home runs with zero.


  • Indians use rare home runs to topple Hawks

    The Spokane Indians had gone nine games and 277 at-bats without a home run this Northwest League season. Who better to snap that streak than a leadoff hitter who had …


  • Garia’s home runs help Indians beat Boise

    The Spokane Indians had gone nine games and 277 at-bats without a home run this Northwest League season. Who better to snap that streak than a leadoff hitter who had …


  • Indians hold on twice for wins over Boise

    Tim Hulett gave Collin Wiles the last few pitches he needed. Chris Garia gave Wiles the last great defensive play he needed.


  • Indians hold on twice for wins over Boise

    Tim Hulett gave Collin Wiles the last few pitches he needed. Chris Garia gave Wiles the last great defensive play he needed.


  • Balaguert’s big blast beats Indians

    The one thing the Spokane Indians may be missing this season is a power hitter who can decide a game with one swing. The Boise Hawks don’t appear to have …


  • Balaguert’s big blast beats Indians

    The one thing the Spokane Indians may be missing this season is a power hitter who can decide a game with one swing.


  • Sport this Gretzky plays is with a ball

    The answer to the first question people always ask Trevor Gretzky is, “Because the closest rink was about an hour away from our house.” But instead of asking Gretzky why …


  • Indians finish series at Vancouver with setback

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The Spokane Indians can point to a specific pattern to explain their 1-5 start to the Northwest League baseball season. In all five Indians losses, including …


  • Slow-starting Indians fall to 1-5

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The Spokane Indians can point to a specific pattern to explain their 1-5 start to the Northwest League baseball season.


  • Sloppy Indians defeated

    The Spokane Indians were done in by sloppy defense on Tuesday. Vancouver took advantage of four errors and beat the Indians 5-4 in 12 innings in a Northwest League baseball …


  • Indians ride offense to first win

    VANCOUVER, B.C. – Talk about an offensive breakthrough for the Spokane Indians. The Indians scored eight runs in the fifth inning and cruised to their first win of the young …


  • Indians ride offense to first win

    The Spokane Indians scored eight runs in the fifth inning and cruised to their first win of the young Northwest League baseball season with a 10-1 rout of the Vancouver …


  • Indians still looking for first victory

    Collin Wiles has no doubt that the Spokane Indians’ offense will surface soon. Tim Hulett agreed, saying it’s just a matter of time before the Indians get the big two-out …


  • Indians still chasing first win

    Brazilian Thyago Vieira threw five innings of three-hit shutout ball and Phillips Castillo had a two-run double on Sunday afternoon as the Everett AquaSox completed a three-game sweep of the …


  • Everett knocks off Indians by same score

    Among possible Father’s Day presents Spokane manager Tim Hulett could receive today, he wouldn’t mind one being wrapped in the form of a victory. For the second straight night, the …


  • Everett knocks off Indians by same score

    For the second straight night, the Spokane Indians fell into an early hole only to succumb by the same score, 6-4, Saturday to the Everett AquaSox in a Northwest League …


  • Wolff and son bookend Indians’ history as Single-A club

    The customers who passed through the gates of what was still known as Indians Stadium on June 24, 1983, were an amalgam of the curious, the bitter and the baseball …


  • Everett veterans lead season-opening win over Spokane

    They began the Northwest League season on the same field Friday, but Spokane’s Alex Gonzalez and Everett’s Carlton Tanabe are worlds apart when it comes to professional baseball. Tanabe, a …

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