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(Beer) batter up? The Spokane Indians have their 2019 season home opener Friday night against the Boise Hawks at Avista Stadium, but a new season of baseball isn’t the only thing that is making its debut this weekend. Five concession items are premiering this Indians season, offering more variety beyond hamburgers, hot dogs and beer. New to the menu at Avista: salmon burgers, boneless chicken wings, berry acai cups, yakisoba noodle bowls and Philly cheese steaks.
The Texas Rangers announced the organization has extended its Player Development Agreement with the Spokane Indians through the 2020 season.
How do you get more than 100 Harley-Davidson enthusiasts to sit and watch a Spokane Indians game on a hot Sunday afternoon? Give them an avenue to donate money to charity, and above all else, a chance to show off their hogs.
A small electrical fire was extinguished by stadium workers and an off-duty firefighter at Avista Stadium on Thursday night.
Ballpark Digest’s contest is now focused on the short-season A leagues. The bracket started with 32 stadiums across the nation. And the finals have two teams from Washington: Spokane’s Avista Stadium and Gesa Stadium in Pasco.
Take a look at the stadium promotions schedule for the Spokane Indians this summer.
We had a chance to catch up with Otto Klein, senior vice president of the club, to talk about the upcoming season of Spokane Indians baseball.
Avista Stadium, home to the Spokane Indians, was listed at No. 31 among Stadium Journey’s top 100 stadium experiences in the United States and Canada for 2017, the Indians announced Tuesday.
Miguel Amaya and Chris Singleton both hit a three-run doubles in a seven-run fourth inning and the Eugene Emeralds held off the Spokane Indians 8-5 at Avista Stadium on Friday to snap Spokane’s six-game Northwest League winning streak.
Avista Stadium’s chief groundskeeper Tony Lee was named a “Smile Maker” Thursday afternoon for his work in the community. Part of the Smile Power Tour by dental insurance company Delta Dental of Washington, Lee’s award included a surprise recognition from the field during Thursday night’s game.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Fatima of Apparitions – an event in which the Virgin Mary was reported to have been seen by three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal – the Eucharistic Family Rosary Crusade, along with the Catholic Diocese of Spokane, held a special procession in the middle of the baseball diamond, with stands filled to the brim with thousands of devoted onlookers.
Greetings, Yankee ratepayers! Welcome to our first installment of Ask Hydro One, formerly known as Ask Avista.
Avista Stadium’s overseeded field is one of minor league baseball’s jewels, thanks in large part to groundskeeper Tony Lee.
Sometimes opening nights are so nice you want to try them twice. But extra innings were not extra special for the the Spokane Indians as they fell in 10 innings to the Boise Hawks, 5-4.
If you’re planning on making it to Avista Stadium this season to watch the Spokane Indians up close, chances are there will be more to see than the baseball game. The Indians will host several themed nights, fireworks celebrations and a variety of sponsored promotions in more than half of the team’s home games.
Going to an Indians baseball game is as much a part of summer life in Eastern Washington as heading to the lakes or making fun of people from Seattle. Still, there are a few things you’ve always wanted to ask someone.
Members of the 2017 Spokane Indians compete in a talent contest during the annual FanFest at Avista Stadium.
All was quiet at Avista Stadium on Friday afternoon. Only a couple of workers were out on the field, putting the finishing touches on what looked to be a nearly picture-perfect ballpark.
The Spokane Indians dispelled the myth that they can’t beat left-handed starters. It took a left-handed batter, Jamie Potts, to help make the case.
LeDarious Clark’s batting slump may be mystifying, but it won’t stop him from hurting opponents in other ways. Clark singlehandedly manufactured a run with his speed in the bottom of the 11th inning Saturday as his Spokane Indians edged the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 4-3 at Avista Stadium despite having no hits after the fourth inning.