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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  • Cameras will beam Indians players to Texas

    The Northwest League opener is still eight days away, but plenty of activity has begun at Avista Stadium for another season of Spokane Indians baseball. One change this year is …

  • True or false

    This is an old photo of singer Daryl Hall and former Spokane Indians infielder Davey Lopes. htttp://rockhall.com

  • The last AAA team


  • 1960 Spokane Indians

    Yes, the famous Indians teams would arrive about 10 years later. But look at all the future big league players here. http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/team.cgi?id=655df5c7

  • From Spokane to the World Series

    In 1958, Sherry spent much of the season in Spokane. In 1959, he won two games for the Dodgers in the World Series. http://plaschkethysweaterisargyle.blogspot.com

  • He played here in 1958 and 1959

    Norm! www.vintagecardprices.com

  • A modest trove of Indians baseball trivia

    The Hoyt Wilhelm entry is especially readable. The man wore a lot of different uniforms. http://www.milb.com/content/page.jsp?sid=t486&ymd=20100224&content_id=8130722&vkey=team2

  • The marriage had its own stats


  • I suspect you have heard about this

    But in case you haven’t… http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/12/27/spokane-indians-take-historic-step-logo-salish-language-152874

  • Indians announce coaching staff

    The Spokane Indians on Wednesday announced the coaching staff that will join manager Tim Hulett when the Northwest League season begins in June. Read story

  • A championship season for Spokane


  • Indians enjoy near-perfect evening, tighten race

    Friday was about as good as it gets for the Spokane Indians. They improved their postseason chances with a 7-2 win over Everett while Vancouver was losing to Tri-City. They …

  • Indians’ offense comes alive at right time

    Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett called Thursday night’s game his team’s top offensive performance of the Northwest League season. Spokane, averaging 3.7 runs through its first 71 games, cobbled together …

  • Indians suffer blow to playoff hopes

    The Spokane Indians had an opportunity to improve their fading playoff chances on Wednesday, but their 4-2 loss to Everett at Avista Stadium made their mission tougher. The Indians’ shot …

  • Indians can reach playoffs with solid finish

    The final six regular-season games of the Northwest League season begin Wednesday, and the 35-35 Spokane Indians can make the playoffs by getting hot against the Everett AquaSox. Spokane could …

  • Indians rally with runs in ninth, 10th

    The Spokane Indians improved their playoff chances Friday night by breaking through in the ninth and 10th innings for a 6-5 win over the Tri-City Dust Devils to complete a …

  • Indians drop out of first place

    There must be better ways to make a playoff run than the Spokane Indians have shown during the last week. Thursday night’s 7-2 loss to the Tri-City Dust Devils gave …

  • Indians break out of slump with big innings

    When the dust settled on Wednesday night and the Spokane Indians had won for the first time since Friday, it marked the 10th consecutive day that the Indians have led …

  • Indians’ fourth straight loss creates logjam at top

    The Northwest League’s North Division second-half title is up for grabs after the Spokane Indians dropped their fourth consecutive game to the Hillsboro Hops on Tuesday night. The 4-1, 11-inning …

  • Hops pitching sends Indians to third straight setback

    Hillsboro Hops pitchers have held the Spokane Indians to seven runs in the last three Northwest League games at Avista Stadium. The Hops’ starters have worked deep into the three …



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