Curtis Terry went 3 for 5 and homered in the fourth for his team-leading 11th time this season, and the Spokane Indians rallied in the ninth to beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 9-4 in the third of a five-game Northwest League series at Volcanoes Stadium on Monday.
Tyler Ratliff homered twice and went 4 for 4 to lead the Spokane Indians in a 5-4 win over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in the second of a five-game Northwest Leage series at Volcanoes Stadium on Sunday.
Austin O’Banion drove in a pair of runs on a double in the fifth inning, giving Spokane the lead for good as the Indians went on to beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 5-3 in the first of a five-game Northwest League series at Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday.
Tri-City starter Nick Margevicius allowed three hits and no walks over five innings to lead the Dust Devils over the Spokane Indians 4-0 in the finale of a three-game Northwest League series on Friday at Avista Stadium.
Cristian Inoa pushed a single through the left side to plate Curtis Terry in the ninth inning to lift the Spokane Indians to a 4-3 win over the Tri-City Dust Devils in the second of a three-game Northwest League series at Avista Stadium on Thursday.
Chris Seise went 4 for 5 as the Spokane Indians rallied for an 8-7 win over the Tri-City Dust Devils to open a three-game Northwest League series at Avista Stadium on Wednesday.
Time is running out on the Spokane Indians.
The Spokane Indians have reunited several players this season who have grown up with each other on the baseball field.
It was an old-fashioned pitcher’s duel in Pasco on Monday as the Spokane Indians snapped a two-game skid and beat the Tri-City Dust Devils 1-0 in the second of a three-game Northwest League series at Gesa Stadium.
The Tri-City Dust Devils rallied behind a three-run eighth inning to down the Spokane Indians 5-3 in the first game of a three-game Northwest League series at Gesa Stadium on Sunday.
Owen Spiwak hit a grand slam in the third inning to lead the Vancouver Canadians in a 10-1 rout of the Spokane Indians in the finale of a Northwest League four-game series at Avista Stadium on Saturday.
Shortly after his senior year ended at St. John’s University, Joe Kuzia turned his focus to the 2015 June amateur draft. On draft day, Kuzia listened for his name to be read. “I thought I had a shot,” the right-handed pitcher said. His name was never called.