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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  • Northwest League had to score in 10th inning

    In a bizarre twist of fate, Missoula’s Luke Lowery of the Pioneer League All-Star team could have delivered the winning RBI in the top of the eighth inning Tuesday despite …


  • Indians assume all-star role

    The Spokane Indians were the first team to volunteer to host a Northwest League All-Star Game. They’re also the first to put on an all-star contest between the NWL and …


  • Break means break for Indians

    Suppose you played for the Spokane Indians and your team is hosting the Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game on Tuesday. Now suppose you weren’t selected for the game. What should …


  • Summer reward for Indians all-stars

    LeDarious Clark and fellow Spokane Indians all-stars Dylan Moore and Yeyson Yrizarri have the numbers to back up their selection. Read story


  • Hope Springs for Spokane Indians

    The Spokane Indians may not have an official closer, but they want a chance to get left-hander Jeffrey Springs into as many games as they can. Read game story


  • Streaky Clark seeks turnaround

    There can’t be a Northwest League player who has undergone more of an up-and-down season than Indians all-star center fielder LeDarious Clark. Read game story


  • Indians reliever needs some relief

    Spokane Indians reliever Dario Beltre had an earned-run average of 1.80 a little more than three weeks ago. A lot has happened since then. Read game story


  • Key moment for newest Indians player

    Catcher Oliver Caraballo, playing in his third game with the Spokane Indians, came to bat during a crucial moment of Wednesday’s game against Eugene. Read game story


  • Indians depart for extended trip

    Friday night’s game at sold-out Avista Stadium was the last time the Spokane Indians will play at home until July 29. Read game story


  • Indians reliever Parra has flair for winning

    Spokane reliever Luis Parra has pitched just 14 innings this season but has almost half of the Indians’ wins. Read game story


  • Indians’ troubles began in Hillsboro

    The Spokane Indians were 12-9, with seven wins in nine games, when they began a five-game series at Hillsboro on July 9. Now they’re 13-14. Read game story


  • Indians’ McKay wants family to visit … maybe

    Spokane Indians outfielder Connor McKay and his family have a superstition about his baseball games that affects visiting plans. Read feature story


  • Indians’ Forbes breaks through

    The early stages of the Northwest League season have been difficult on Ti’Quan Forbes, but the Spokane Indians third baseman turned it around on Wednesday. Read game story


  • Indians’ formula: balance plus Clark

    The Spokane Indians are 8-4 in their last dozen games thanks to different players stepping up at key times and the overall play of LeDarious Clark. Read game story


  • Indians defeat one of league’s best

    Boise’s Javier Palacios entered Monday night’s game with the fourth-best earned-run average (1.47) in the Northwest League, but the Spokane Indians compiled enough runs to defeat him. Read game story


  • Boise doesn’t look like last-place team

    The Boise Hawks entered Sunday’s game at Avista Stadium with the worst record (6-11) in the Northwest League. That record is apparently deceiving. Read game story


  • Indians establish winning pattern

    Baseball’s conventional wisdom says winning teams play about .600 at home, .500 on the road and make a habit of winning series. The Spokane Indians have an early edge on …


  • 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


  • Indians experiment with infield

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


  • 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

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