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Saturday, May 25, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spokane Indians snap losing streak

The defense returned, the hitters remained hot and starting pitcher Santo Perez owned the Yakima Bears for a second straight start.

Boise sweeps Spokane

BOISE – A promising start by the Spokane Indians fizzled and the Boise Hawks sizzled their way to an 11-7 victory Monday in an early-season battle for first place in …

Hawks pull into first-place tie with Indians

BOISE – Bryce Shafer worked out of a one-out jam with runners at second and third in the ninth inning Sunday to pick up his third save as the Boise …

Boise Hawks defeat Spokane Indians in NWL series opener

BOISE – Willson Contreras highlighted a four-run seventh inning with a two-run triple to center field Saturday as the Boise Hawks defeated the Spokane Indians 10-4 to open a three-game …

Another double-figure night for Spokane Indians

Spokane Indians scores 15 runs for the second night in a row in 15-8 victory.

Fantastic fourth inning spurs Spokane Indians to victory

For the second straight night the fourth inning proved pivotal. This time the Spokane Indians were the beneficiaries.

Spokane Indians win Game 1 of NWL series

The Spokane Indians defeated the Everett AquaSox 4-1 at Avista Stadium on Thursday night in the opener of the best-of-3 Northwest League championship series.

Indians open NWL title series Thursday

Spokane Indians enjoyed early-season success against their opponent in the NWL championship series, the Everett AquaSox.

Indians fall to Hawks’ comeback

For 37 games and eight innings of their 38th game, the Spokane Indians were all but invincible on their home field. Oh, but that last inning at Avista Stadium sure …

Strausborger’s bat leads Spokane Indians to win

Ryan Strausborger continues his hot hitting in Spokane Indians victory.

Indians sweep Bears

It took a few innings, but the Spokane Indians adjusted to playing just the second day-game on the home schedule, scoring six runs from the fourth to the seventh innings …

Indians catch Bears

During a stretch in which the Spokane Indians play Yakima six times in seven days, the Indians are getting used to making life miser able for the Bears. Yakima entered …

Josh Richmond has grand game for Spokane Indians

Josh Richmond has a new secret weapon. Richmond revealed the source of his power Thursday night after his grand slam and two-run double powered the Spokane Indians to an 11-2 …

Another shutout for Spokane Indians

The last time Juan Grullon and Jimmy Reyes pitched for the Spokane Indians was July 17. Both returned in fine form Tuesday night as the Indians’ season-long dominance at Avista …

Indians shut down Volcanoes

It’s a rare thing when a pitcher from short-season A ball is the de facto centerpiece of a major-league trade – but Roman Mendez has the makings of a rare …

Indians end first half strong

If Jake Skole and Nicholas McBride have anything to say about it, the second half of the Northwest League season could be even more productive for the playoff-bound Spokane Indians.

Indians rally past AquaSox

As the Spokane Indians polished off another win over Everett, it dawned on Justin Earls that the night held special significance for him.

Danny Lima boosts Indians

Danny Lima isn’t in the Spokane Indians’ lineup every night, but he’s making the most of every chance he gets.

AquaSox too much for Indians

Chris Sorce (1-0) worked six strong innings Saturday night as the Everett AquaSox (8-1) continued their steady march through the Northwest League with a 6-2 win over the Spokane Indians …

Rangers send their top collegian to Indians

The Texas Rangers on Friday signed third baseman Mike Olt, their top collegiate pick from this month’s first-year draft, and assigned him to Spokane.

Indians open season Friday

Friday night’s 6:30 opener at Avista Stadium between the Spokane Indians and the Tri-City Dust Devils would be a playoff rematch if this year’s postseason format had been in effect …

OK with a splintered career

His friends and family members in Houston still talk about it and wonder whether it was the wisest of moves. So do several of his old college teammates. But Aja …

Jersey boy salutes roots

Uncle Vin, not one second, a day or a game goes by without thinking of you. Grandma says I remind her the most of you. Although it makes her cry, …