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Sept. 9, 2008, midnight
Kolette Bailey prepared a big barbecue feast Monday night for her houseguests. Joey Butler and Jacob Kaase just returned from winning the Northwest League pennant. “They called me (Sunday) night and they had dumped champagne all over each other’s heads in the locker room,” Bailey said.

Sept. 6, 2008, midnight
Thousands of people picked the Spokane County Interstate Fair over the Indians’ game next door for their entertainment Friday. They picked the wrong venue.

Sept. 5, 2008, midnight
The Spokane Indians who came out to play Thursday didn’t look like the Indians that fans have seen all year. They came out nervous. They chased bad pitches. They struck out 11 times. And that’s just what Salem-Keizer wanted.

Sept. 4, 2008, midnight
With their last three games of the regular season, the Spokane Indians did exactly what they wanted to do: gain momentum heading into the Northwest League Championship Series. Spokane’s 3-1 win over Boise on Wednesday capped a 51-25 regular-season record, the best in the league by eight games and Spokane’s best since 1987. Tonight at 6:30, the Indians start a best-of-5 series against the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (40-36) at Avista Stadium.