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It’s still early in the season, but one trait the Spokane Indians are demonstrating is the power of chemistry. No, not the “academic” version of chemistry taught in high school or college, but something more like the intangible internal feeling that distinguishes a “typical” team from a “family” team.
It’s still early in the season, but one trait the Spokane Indians are demonstrating is the power of chemistry. No, not the “academic” version of chemistry taught in high school or college, but something more like the intangible internal feeling that distinguishes a “typical” team from a “family” team.
 

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Fri., June 23, 2017, 9:11 p.m. | Search


Chemistry defines Spokane Indians early in the season

Indians’ Grant Zawadzki (32) center, smiles during player introductions during Spokane Indians’ FanFest on Saturday, June 10, 2017, at Avista Stadium in Spokane, Wash. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
It’s still early in the season, but one trait the Spokane Indians are demonstrating is the power of chemistry. No, not the “academic” version of chemistry taught in high school or college, but something more like the intangible internal feeling that distinguishes a “typical” team from a “family” team.

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