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Indians power past AquaSox

For 51/3 innings of Saturday’s 7-1 Northwest League victory over Everett, the Spokane Indians were playing station-to-station baseball. Whether it was a walk – they had been handed seven to …


Offense-starved Indians feast on Dust Devils

The Spokane Indians’ fans may have been drawn by the promise of a $1 feast Friday night – all hot dogs, sodas and ice cream sandwiches were a buck – …


Hitting woes offset pitching, defense for Indians

The Spokane Indians recently seem bent on proving an old baseball cliché wrong. Maybe pitching and defense aren’t the keys to championship teams. Despite a healthy dose of both, the …


Boyhood baseball pals stay in touch

They first met as Tee Ball players in Japan more than 15 years ago. Spokane Indians relief pitcher Johnny Gunter and Tri-City Dust Devils infielder Joe Sanders have been linked …


Indians suffer doubleheader sweep

EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene Emeralds sent eight men to the plate in a five-run second inning and held on for a 7-5 victory over the Spokane Indians in the …


Emeralds walk all over the Indians

EUGENE, Ore. – It was a stroll in the ballpark for the Eugene Emeralds on Saturday night. Eugene used eight walks – six in the fourth inning – and cruised …


Indians lose in ninth

EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene Emeralds walked away with a 3-2 win during Thursday’s opener of a five-game series with Spokane. Indians reliever Chris Matlock (0-3) issued three walks in …


Indians pile on runs, take deciding game of series

Aja Barto punished the outfield fence in more than one way doing his a part in a Spokane Indians power display that punished Vancouver in the final game of their …


Late rally not enough for Indians

One inning made all the difference as the Vancouver Canadians scored six times early and weathered a comeback bid by Spokane Tuesday night at Avista Stadium. Despite back-to-back home runs …


New outfielder’s bat, speed pace Indians win

Playing just his third game for the Spokane Indians, right fielder Miguel Velazquez made a favorable impression. Velazquez coupled bat with speed, hitting safely in his first three at bats, …


Podraza’s two-run homer in eighth lifts Indians

The hit and run can be an extremely effective weapon in the latter stages of a close baseball game like the one the Spokane Indians and Vancouver Canadians were locked …


Indians’ bats doze in loss to Vancouver

The Spokane Indians came into Saturday night’s short-season Class A baseball matchup against the Vancouver Canadians hitting .232 – the lowest average of any team in the Northwest League. It’s …


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 …


Indians top Bears, end losing streak

YAKIMA – The Spokane Indians scored five runs over the final two innings and rallied for a 7-4 victory to snap a six-game Northwest League baseball losing streak Wednesday night. …


Extra innings foil Indians again

The Spokane Indians have developed a perplexing habit of treating their fans to free baseball – but precious few victories. That was the way things played out again at Avista …


Indians’ outburst too late

The bats of the Spokane Indians once again remained silent far too long at Avista Stadium on Monday night. And the Indians paid for their early lack of pop at …


Indians losing streak at five

The Spokane Indians returned to Avista Stadium on Sunday night, hoping to regain some early season momentum after dropping four of five games during last week’s disappointing Northwest League road …


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, …


AquaSox stroll past Indians

EVERETT – The Everett AquaSox pitching staff needed just 24 hours to recover. Taylor Lewis, Brad Reid and Daniel Cooper combined on a seven-hitter Thursday night as Everett waltzed past …


Indians blow by Everett

EVERETT – The Spokane Indians took of advantage of blustery conditions, slugging four home runs and coming up two seven-run innings, as they clobbered the Everett AquaSox 18-9 Wednesday night …


AquaSox nip Indians in 10 innings

EVERETT – In the top of the 10th inning, Everett AquaSox outfielder Wellington Dotel came within a whisker of an outstanding diving defensive play. It was a terrific effort, but …


Yakima tops Spokane in game featuring 29 strikeouts

It’s still early, and a lot of the first-year players in the short-season Class A Northwest League are still trying to groove their swings with those foreign objects – aka, …


Indians win in 10

Tim Hulett is quick to admit he still doesn’t know a whole lot about most of the players on his roster. But the Spokane Indians’ third-year manager knew enough about …


Ross, Indians top Bears 5-3 in opener

Finding a decent investment in these troubling economic times can be difficult, if not impossible. But from all early indications, the Texas Rangers might have stumbled onto a real future …


New rich kid doesn’t play part

Even as a 19-year-old pitching phenom fresh out of high school, Robbie Ross knew he never wanted to be THAT guy. So when the Texas Rangers dropped a little more …


2009 Indians schedule

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Indians look forward to defending NW League title

For the 34 big league hopefuls who took part in the Spokane Indians’ first practice at Avista Stadium on Wednesday night, the learning process has officially begun. In the next …


Ex-Coug Prince on Indians roster

Former Washington State standout Jared Prince and two other players with ties to junior colleges in the state are among the players the Texas Rangers have assigned to the roster …


Paisano strikes chord

In the hierarchy of minor league baseball, nobody wants to move down. But that’s what happened to David Paisano, and that’s how he joined the roster of the Spokane Indians. …


Hulett pursues pennant

You’ll never hear Tim Hulett say he’s more focused on developing his players than on the Spokane Indians’ win-loss record. The second-year Indians manager is in it to win. Don’t …