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Cole Ragans has strong outing, leading Spokane Indians to 6-3 win

Spokane starter and No. 8 Rangers prospect Cole Ragans set two career highs with six strong innings and nine strikeouts to lift the Spokane Indians over the Hillsboro Hops 6-3 in the final game of a five-game Northwest League baseball series on Monday night.

After ‘standoff’ Spokane Indians fall to Hillsboro after ugly ninth inning

There’s nothing quite like a good old-fashioned standoff. It’s been a frequent gag in the major leagues, in which at least one player from each side of the field stays standing after the National Anthem. Whoever cracks first, loses. But in some cases, officials have come close to ejecting players who have carried out the standoff far beyond an umpire’s patience.

Spokane Indians mix up lineup, get back in win column

Matt Hagen has been searching for an answer to his team’s rocky start to the season. After losing eight straight games and falling to last place in the Northwest League’s North Division, the Indians first-year manager said he wasn’t sure how he was going to get his team back on top.

Dallas to Spokane flight helps Rangers shuttle players around

Pitcher Noah Bremer took a quick look around Spokane International Airport on Wednesday morning. He was a bit shocked at the welcoming. Bremer immediately found himself in the middle of news cameras, reporters, state legislators and airport officials applauding his arrival.

Vancouver snaps Indians win streak at three games

Vancouver’s Matt Morgan went 2 for 2, including a pair of walks with a run and an RBI, and the Canadians blanked the Spokane Indians 5-0 in front of a sold out holiday crowd in the first of a two-game midweek Northwest League series at Avista Stadium on Tuesday.

Indians snap eight-game losing streak with solid pitching, hitting

Cole Ragan’s dominant start and the offense’s magic sticks on Harry Potter Night combined to lead the Spokane Indians (4-10) to a 6-1 win over the Tri-City Dust Devils (10-4) to snap a eight-game losing streak during Wednesday’s Northwest League series finale at Avista Stadium.