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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Ex-Indians remain a Major presence in MLB

Since the Spokane Indians franchise returned to Class A short-season status in 1983, there have been 150 former Indians to play in the Major Leagues as of June 1. Of those, 27 are on a current MLB active or 60-day disabled list. Some of these players have gone on to make a big impact in the big leagues, others barely had a cup of coffee. The complete list is attached, but we’ll hand out superlatives to some of the notable or memorable – or completely anonymous, if the case may be.

Everett sends Spokane Indians to season-ending loss

Bryson Brigman singled to center with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning on Monday afternoon to give the Everett AquaSox a 6-5 victory over the Spokane Indians at Memorial Stadium in the final dress rehersal for the two teams that will meet in the first round of the Northwest League playoffs.

Spokane Indians lose fourth straight game, 6-2

The Hillsboro Hops scored two runs in each of the sixth, seventh and eighth innings and beat Spokane 6-2 on Sunday to send the Indians to their fourth consecutive defeat.

Vancouver takes finale from Indians

The Vancouver Canadians scored three unearned runs in the sixth to overtake the Spokane Indians 3-2 on Sunday in the final game of a four-game Northwest League series at Avista Stadium.