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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  • Volcanoes’ fast start buries Spokane

    KEIZER, Ore. – Joe Biagini scattered four hits in five innings for his first win of the baseball season, and Salem-Keizer used three RBI singles to right field in the …


  • Quick start vaults Volcanoes past Indians

    KEIZER, Ore. – Joe Biagini scattered four hits in five innings for his first win of the baseball season, and Salem-Keizer used three RBI singles to right field in the …


  • Indians open road trip with loss

    KEIZER, Ore. – The Spokane Indians opened a five-game series with Salem-Keizer with their third consecutive loss, falling 4-2 to the Volcanoes in Northwest League baseball action Monday night. Royce …


  • Indians open road trip with loss to S-K

    SALEM, Ore. – The Spokane Indians opened a five-game series with Salem-Keizer with their third consecutive loss, falling 4-2 to the Volcanoes in Northwest League action Monday night.


  • Spokane loses to Boise in 11; remains winless in extra innings

    Despite improvements in nearly every department, there is still one basic thing eluding the Spokane Indians – the extra-inning victory. Despite rallying from a six-run deficit, the Indians let another …


  • Extra innings continue to haunt Indians

    Despite improvements in nearly every department, there is still one basic thing eluding the Spokane Indians – the extra-inning victory. Despite rallying from a six-run deficit, the Indians let another …


  • Boise takes over first place alone

    So far, the Spokane Indians are showing what it means to be a second-half team. And just like turning up the volume earlier in the season would have benefitted the …


  • Boise takes over first alone by beating Spokane

    So far, the Spokane Indians are showing what it means to be a second-half team.


  • Indians strike late to clip Hawks

    As a college senior at Samford University, baseball wasn’t something over which Joseph Burns was going to lose his hair. He couldn’t.


  • Spokane Indians rally to down Boise Hawks 6-5

    As a college senior at Samford University, baseball wasn’t something over which Joseph Burns was going to lose his hair. He couldn’t. Or, rather, he wouldn’t.


  • Indians end series at Boise with cakewalk

    BOISE – Spokane piled up 17 hits, scored in six consecutive innings and took advantage of six Boise errors as the Indians pummeled the Hawks 15-1 in a Northwest League …


  • Indians punish Boise with 17 hits, 15 runs

    BOISE – Spokane piled up 17 hits, scored in six consecutive innings and took advantage of six Boise errors as the Indians pummeled the Hawks 15-1 in a Northwest League …


  • Hawks outslug Indians

    BOISE – Boise pounded out 17 hits en route to a 14-10 Northwest League win over Spokane on Wednesday. The win gave the Hawks a two-game lead in the East …


  • Boise outslugs Indians

    BOISE – Boise pounded out 17 hits en route to a 14-10 Northwest League win over Spokane on Wednesday.


  • Boise holds off Indians with run in ninth

    BOISE – Boise blew an eight-run lead before finally putting away the Spokane Indians in the ninth inning in a 10-9 Northwest League baseball win Tuesday night. The win put …


  • Boise edges Indians in ninth inning

    BOISE – Boise blew an eight-run lead before finally putting away the Spokane Indians in the ninth inning in a 10-9 Northwest League baseball win Tuesday night.


  • Indians blank Bears to tie for division lead

    Just as Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett was giving a metaphorical hat tip to his bullpen on Sunday evening, his players gathered around the dugout to celebrate their latest triumph. …


  • Indians blank Bears to tie for division lead

    Just as Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett was giving a metaphorical hat tip to his bullpen on Sunday evening, his players gathered around the dugout to celebrate their latest triumph.


  • Spokane Indians blank Yakima Bears

    Will the real Spokane Indians please stand up? Because this second-half team – the one making fewer defensive errors, coming up with hits (timely ones, at that) and taking control …


  • Spokane Indians blank Yakima Bears

    Three pitchers combined for Spokane’s third shutout of the season and the Indians had as many hits as they did runs in a 7-0 victory over the Yakima Bears in …

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