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  • Indians open minicamp with familiar-looking roster

    The 2013 Indians took the field at Avista Stadium for the first time on Tuesday, beginning a three-day minicamp that leads up to Friday’s Northwest League opener against visiting Everett.


  • Hulett back for 7th year with Indians

    Tim Hulett was 48 hours away from arriving in Spokane, but he was more than happy to talk about the impending Northwest League baseball season. That stood to reason, since …


  • Hulett back for 7th year with Indians

    Tim Hulett was 48 hours away from arriving in Spokane, but he was more than happy to talk about the impending Northwest League baseball season.


  • Mariners draft Gonzaga pitcher Olson

    The Seattle Mariners followed the lead of the St. Louis Cardinals and drafted a left-handed pitcher from Gonzaga. West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year Tyler Olson went to the …


  • Rangers put Kinsler on DL, recall former Indian

    Top prospect Jurickson Profar will get most of the playing time at second base for the Texas Rangers while Ian Kinsler is on the 15-day disabled list with bruised ribs. …


  • Sherwood Mall to get upgrade

    Two Spokane investment groups plan to renovate the downtown buildings formerly known as the Sherwood Mall and bring in new tenants. New owners of the two side-by-side downtown properties include …


  • Former Indians pitcher Kremmel dies

    Former Spokane Indians pitcher Jim Kremmel, among several players from the 1970s who became area residents, died here on Oct. 12. He was 63. A native of Belleville, Ill., the …


  • Former Spokane Indian Pierce dies at 64

    Baseball: Jack Pierce, who might have been Spokane’s most popular player in the city’s final years of Pacific Coast League baseball, has died in Monterrey, Mexico, at the age of …


  • Spokane Indians win season finale

    EUGENE, Ore. – The Spokane Indians ended the 2012 Northwest League baseball season on a winning note Friday night. They also played the role of spoilers. John Kukuruda pitched six …


  • Indians end season with victory

    EUGENE, Ore. – The Spokane Indians ended the 2012 Northwest League baseball season on a winning note Friday night. They also played the role of spoilers.


  • Eugene stops Indians in bottom of ninth

    EUGENE, Ore. – Joe Maloney and Smerling Lantigua combined to drive in three ninth-inning runs on Thursday night to give Spokane a one-run lead and avoid a shutout in their …


  • Indians lose in bottom of ninth

    EUGENE, Ore. – Joe Maloney and Smerling Lantigua combined to drive in three ninth-inning runs on Thursday night to give Spokane a one-run lead and avoid a shutout in their …


  • Eugene keeps West lead with rout of Spokane

    EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene Emeralds have the best overall record in the Northwest League this baseball season after Wednesday’s 8-2 win over the visiting Spokane Indians. Oddly enough, the …


  • Eugene dispatches Indians

    EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene Emeralds have the best overall record in the Northwest League this season after Wednesday’s 8-2 win over the visiting Spokane Indians.


  • Eugene trips up Indians in 10th inning

    EUGENE, Ore. – The Spokane Indians now have 10 reasons to dislike extra innings. Corey Adamson’s one-out RBI single to left field capped a two-run 10th inning Tuesday night as …


  • Indians fall to 0-10 in extra innings

    EUGENE, Ore. – The Spokane Indians now have 10 reasons to dislike extra innings.


  • Blanchette: Sunshine, fireworks and a nice win

    Winning baseball is nice. Sunshine, free parking and fireworks are better. The 10-4 pasting Spokane laid on Salem-Keizer Sunday was a nice sendoff (the Indians have five more games in …


  • Bats come alive in Indians’ final game at Avista Stadium

    The strangest things happen at the ballpark in between the same old, same old. Exhibit A: not quite four innings into Sunday evening’s 2012 home finale, the Spokane Indians were …


  • Indians help Volcanoes to 5-2 win

    The up-and-down nature of the 2012 Spokane Indians was on full display Saturday. One night after stranding 17 base runners, the Indians managed just four hits and left three runners …


  • Indians help Volcanoes to 5-2 win

    The up-and-down nature of the 2012 Spokane Indians was on full display Saturday. One night after stranding 17 base runners, the Indians managed just four hits and left three runners …


  • Indians continue to struggle in extra innings

    Extra-inning games haven’t been kind to the Spokane Indians this season. It was more of the same as Spokane let opportunity after opportunity slip away and dropped a 2-1 Northwest …


  • Jose Valdespina pitches gem against Salem-Keizer

    Time is running out on the 2012 Spokane Indians, but at least for a night right-handed Jose Valdespina kept their flickering playoff hopes alive. A free-agent signee out of Santiago, …


  • Jose Valdespina keeps hopes alive for Indians

    Time is running out on the 2012 Spokane Indians, but at least for a night right-handed Jose Valdespina kept their flickering playoff hopes alive.


  • Blanchette: Skole just happy to be playing ball

    Baseball’s transaction wire has sent the Spokane Indians a familiar face, reassigned from the Blessing-in-Disguise League. And it looks as if Jake Skole is ready to make the most of …


  • Jake Skole happy to be playing again

    Baseball’s transaction wire has sent the Spokane Indians a familiar face, reassigned from the Blessing-in-Disguise League. And it looks as if Jake Skole is ready to make the most of …


  • Dust Devils come alive late to stun Indians

    Mother Nature brought the lightning. Tom Murphy brought the thunder. And the Spokane Indians, on the brink of putting together their longest winning streak of the season, got soaked instead.


  • Bolinger, Maloney lift Indians

    Royce Bolinger is swinging a hot stick, and has been for 21 consecutive games – and he doesn’t mind at all if you mention that streak. Just don’t ask him …


  • Bolinger extends streak in Indians’ win

    Royce Bolinger’s leadoff single in the eighth inning triggered the winning rally and Joe Maloney’s booming triple decided it in a 4-3 Spokane Indians victory over reeling Tri-City at Avista …


  • Gallo blasts pace Indians

    Texas Rangers first-round draft pick Joey Gallo hit his first two home runs with the Indians, including an eighth-inning grand slam, and recorded a career-high seven RBIs in Spokane’s 16-4 …


  • Indians’ Gallo drives in seven in Avista debut

    In his fourth game with the Spokane Indians, Joey Gallo’s two home runs – one an eighth-inning grand slam – led Spokane to one of its best wins of the …