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Andrew Suarez and Volcanoes shut down Indians, 5-0

Andrew Suarez didn’t work enough innings during his four previous starts to qualify for a win. Given the ease with which he mowed down the Spokane Indians on Thursday, Suarez earned the green light to enter new territory.

Volcanoes cool off Indians

C.J. Hinojosa noticed during his first batting practice at Avista Stadium that the ball tends to sail over the short porch in right field. After already taking advantage of the gap in left-center in the first inning Wednesday, Hinojosa visited the friendly spot in right during the fourth inning.

Tri-City rips three homers, tops Indians

It took Ty France until his 149th at-bat as a professional baseball player to hit his first home run. The homer may have been a long time coming, but it came at the perfect time for France and his Tri-City Dust Devils.

Dust Devils blast three home runs to beat Indians

Tri-City Dust Devils first baseman Ty France skied a two-out, two-run homer to left field in the seventh inning Sunday to snap a 3-all tie and vault T-C to a 7-3 victory over the Spokane Indians.

Peter Van Gansen leads Northwest League to All-Star win

The first dive worked for the Pioneer League. The second came up just short. Peter Van Gansen of the Tri-City Dust Devils delivered a one-out RBI single into the right-field corner Tuesday as the Northwest League All-Stars edged their Pioneer counterparts 6-5 in 10 innings at Avista Stadium.

Boise’s Peter Van Gansen leads Northwest League to All-Star win

The first dive worked for the Pioneer League. The second came up just short. Peter Van Gansen of the Tri-City Dust Devils delivered a one-out RBI single into the right-field corner Tuesday as the Northwest League All-Stars edged their Pioneer counterparts 6-5 in 10 innings at Avista Stadium.

Spokane pioneers all-star matchup

Eleven years ago, the Spokane Indians hosted the first Northwest League All-Star Game to help commemorate the league’s 50th anniversary. This season, the league’s 61st, may not share the luster of that Golden Anniversary, but the Indians set out to produce a first-of-its-kind gem anyway.

Spokane Indians bring all-star event to Avista Stadium

The Spokane Indians will host the first joint all-star contest between the Class A short-season NWL and the rookie advanced Pioneer League. Tuesday's game time is 7:05 p.m. after a FanFest at 4 and Home Run Derby at 5:45.

Solid relief, Byrd boost Indians to victory at All-Star break

Leon Byrd had the big hit Sunday, but he quickly deflected the attention to the Spokane Indians bullpen. Byrd’s one-out, two-run single during a three-run eighth inning sent the Indians into the Northwest League All-Star Break with back-to-back wins after a 4-1 decision over Eugene at Avista Stadium.

Byrd, bullpen set table for Indians’ win

Leon Byrd’s one-out, two-run single during a three-run eighth inning sent the Indians into the Northwest League All-Star break with back-to-back wins after a 4-1 decision over Eugene at Avista Stadium.

Just rewards

LeDarious Clark figured he had the numbers to earn a coveted spot on the Northwest League All-Star roster. That didn’t lessen the excitement when his selection became official Tuesday.

Indians bounce back with authority, beat Ems 4-0

Emerson Martinez (4-3) pitched two-hit shutout ball for five innings as the Spokane Indians finally broke through against the Eugene Emeralds with a 4-0 Northwest League win at Avista Stadium that snapped a four-game losing skid.

Emeralds top Indians third straight night

The Eugene Emeralds are returning to their early-season form, which should put the Northwest League’s South Division on alert. Mixing in some unexpected punch with their usually reliable pitching, the Emeralds handed the Spokane Indians their fourth consecutive setback Friday night, 7-0 at Avista Stadium.

Streaking LeDarious Clark sparks Indians past Boise

LeDarious Clark was leading the Northwest League in just about every offensive category before Wednesday night’s game, so he muscled up to add another. Clark finished 4 for 5 with two solo home runs as the Indians (12-9) completed a 4-1 Northwest League series win over the Boise Hawks (7-14) with a 9-0 rout at Avista Stadium.

Emerson Martinez, Indians keep rolling in win over Boise

The Spokane Indians and Emerson Martinez turned their seasons around at the same time. Martinez put together his second consecutive quality start Tuesday and the Indians pushed across a run in the bottom of the eighth inning for a 3-2 victory over the Boise Hawks at Avista Stadium.

Clark does it all in Indians’ 8-2 win

LeDarious Clark gave the Spokane Indians the boost they needed Monday, even before he extended his long hitting streak. Clark finished 2 for 3 with two runs, two runs batted in and two stolen bases – and made a potential game-changing play in left field – as the Indians bounced back from Sunday’s 11-2 loss for an 8-2 victory over the Boise Hawks in Northwest League play at Avista Stadium.