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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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Indians end bizarre year at Avista Stadium

The Spokane Indians bid adieu Thursday to what was a strange Northwest League season at Avista Stadium. Read game story

Indians’ elimination loss was even worse

A scoring change after Wednesday's marathon game ended put the Indians in a worse light. Read story

Indians’ Lanphere goes out in style

Spokane Indians starter Luke Lanphere was sharp in his final outing of the Northwest League regular season. Read story

Indians had scenario they wanted in eighth

The Spokane Indians won Saturday's Northwest League game in the 12th inning, but everything was in place for them to win it in the eighth. Read story

Nothing comes easily for Indians

Even when they finished with a one-hitter, the Spokane Indians had to hold on in the seventh inning of Friday's Game 2 at Avista Stadium. Read story

Bad bounce hurts Indians

The Spokane Indians might have limited their misery in the first inning Saturday if not for a bad bounce. Read game story

Clock begins ticking on Indians

If the Spokane Indians want to return to the Northwest League's postseason, they have must stir up some wins soon. Read game story

Indians’ Fairbanks uses his head

Spokane Indians pitcher Peter Fairbanks mixes education, mound work. Read story

Indians take aim at first place

After completing an eight-game homestand with a 5-3 record, the Spokane Indians find themselves within one win of first place. Read game story

Three Indians pitchers hang tough

Spokane Indians pitchers Nick Green, Blake Bass and Adam Choplick held Salem-Keizer's potent offense in check over 11 innings on Saturday. Read game story

Indians mix it up

Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett shuffled his lineup Friday and came up with a winning hand. Read game story

These aren’t the same Volcanoes

Much has changed since the Spokane Indians won three of five games against Salem-Keizer during a June series in Keizer. Read game story

Indians squander best chances

True, the Spokane Indians lost by five runs on Wednesday, but they had three good chances to rally. Read game story

Indians need Green to cash in

The Spokane Indians were without the services of starting pitcher Nick Green for about a month. Now that he's back, they need top-notch innings from him. Read game story

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 the fact that the Northwest League tied the game in the bottom of the eighth. Read game story

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 Pioneer League. Read story

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 you do? Read Sunday game story

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