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Indians left-handed pitcher Sal Mendez is a 40th round pick, but his stuff doesn’t reflect that. Mendez threw five innings, giving up two runs on four hits and struck out five in the Spokane Indians 4-3 win over Salem-Keizer on Tuesday at Avista Stadium.
The Spokane Indians pitching staff combined to surrender 12 runs and 21 hits in a 12-4 thrashing against the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes on Thursday at Avista Stadium.
Salem-Keizer was only three outs away from a no-hitter, but it still doesn’t discount Salem-Keizer starting pitcher Matt Krook’s performance on Tuesday.
The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes baseball team is entering its 20th season in completely local hands.
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.
The Spokane Indians like to kid Tyler Sanchez that he only gets hits in the ninth inning and later. The joke was on the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes on Friday as Sanchez made the ninth and 11th innings his domain.
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.
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.
KEIZER, Ore. – A late-game offensive outburst gave the Spokane Indians a 9-7 victory over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes in the finale of a five-game Northwest League series on Tuesday night. The win also gave the Indians a 3-2 series victory.
KEIZER, Ore. – Salem-Keizer starter Michael Connolly kept the Spokane Indians’ bats in check as the Volcanoes cruised to a 12-3 win at Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday night. Connolly pitched five innings, scattering four hits and striking out four while allowing only one unearned run to earn his first win of the season. The only poor throw Connolly made was on a comebacker to start the fifth inning. The 23-year-old righty fired wide of first, allowing Indians first baseman Diego Cedeno to trot to second.
Nobody at Avista Stadium on Friday night – and more than 7,000 people were in attendance – would have wagered that David Perez was on his way to a win after watching him pitch to the first six batters. But that’s exactly what happened as Perez, aided by the Spokane Indians’ sterling defense, shrugged off a nightmarish start to earn his first win since 2012 during an 11-5 decision over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes.
Charles Moorman’s first winning hit with the Spokane Indians had just enough bounce at the right time. Moorman bounded a two-run single over the head of third baseman Ryder Jones against a drawn-in infield in the fourth inning Thursday to put Spokane ahead for good during a 5-3 win over Salem-Keizer at Avista Stadium.
For a split second, the Spokane Indians, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and the fans at Avista Stadium thought Fernando Vivili had done it again. But unlike Monday, when Vivili hit a winning three-run homer in the ninth inning, the long fly ball he hit Wednesday with the bases loaded in the ninth curved foul.
For a split second, the Spokane Indians, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and the fans at Avista Stadium thought Fernando Vivili had done it again.
Luke Tendler and the Spokane Indians are back in the swing. Tendler hit his Northwest League-leading 10th and 11th home runs Tuesday and the Indians posted their third consecutive win by roaring back from a 5-0 deficit to defeat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 10-5 at Avista Stadium.
The Spokane Indians fell to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 5-3 Friday night, failing to win for the fourth straight game since the start of the Northwest League’s second half.
KEIZER, Ore. – Shilo McCall’s grand slam highlighted an eight-run third inning Thursday night as the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes defeated the Spokane Indians 8-2 in Northwest League play at Volcanoes Stadium. The Volcanoes sent 13 batters to the plate during the third and scored all eight runs after two outs. The inning included five hits, three walks and two batters hit by pitch.
Shilo McCall’s grand slam highlighted an eight-run third inning Thursday night as the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes defeated the Spokane Indians 8-2 in Northwest League play at Volcanoes Stadium.
KEIZER, Ore. – The Spokane Indians struck out a season-high 16 times Wednesday while falling to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 5-2 in Northwest League play at Volcanoes Stadium. Volcanoes starter Jason Forjet (3-0) struck out 11 in 6 2/3 innings, including the side in the fifth inning. Eury Sanchez, who earned his fifth save, struck out four in the ninth, allowing Zach Cone to reach first base with two outs after a strikeout and wild pitch.