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Avista Stadium: Home of the Spokane Indians

Your complete guide to the home of the Spokane Indians

About Avista Stadium

In 1958, the Indians were an affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. In fact, the original batting cage came from Ebbetts Field in Brooklyn. And the lights came from Gilmore Field in Hollywood.

Opened:
April 29, 1958
Original cost:
$534,700
Original team:
Spokane Indians (previously the Los Angeles Angels)
Capacity:
6,803 (originally built to hold 9,000)
Naming:
  • 1958–1993: Fairgrounds Ballpark/Indians Stadium
  • 1994–1999: Seafirst Stadium
  • 1999-present: Avista Stadium

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