The Spokane Indians regained some momentum in their bid to make the Northwest League playoffs, defeating the Tri-City Dust Devils 15-7 on Thursday night.
On Thursday, Curtis Terry was named Northwest League Most Valuable Player and first-team first base on its year-end all-star team.
The Spokane Indians’ road to postseason hit a major detour Wednesday.
The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes beat the Indians 3-2 in the finale of a five-game Northwest League series at Avista Stadium.
Tanner Gardner continued his torrid series with a two-run home run, raising his total to 15 runs batted in over his last four games, and the Spokane Indians won their fourth straight game Sunday, topping Salem-Keizer 6-3.
Once again, the Spokane Indians swung the bats well early. Once again, they got quality work from their starting pitcher.
It took him eight tries, but Scott Engler finally got his first win as a professional starting pitcher as the Spokane Indians beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 10-2 on Friday, taking the second of their five-game series at Avista Stadium.
When Hans Crouse got promoted two weeks ago, it left an ominous hole at the top of the Spokane Indians’ starting rotation.
A couple of groundouts – and some fine pitching – were all the Everett AquaSox needed Wednesday to defeat the Spokane Indians.
The Spokane Indians returned to their winning ways Tuesday night.
The Everett AquaSox hammered the Spokane Indians 11-6 in the first of a three-game series at Memorial Stadium on Monday.
Josh Winckowski allowed just four hits in seven shutout innings and the Vancouver Canadians scored all their runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to pull out a 4-0 victory over the Spokane Indians in Northwest League play on Sunday afternoon.