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Spokane Indians win again

Tim Hulett isn’t bothering with scoreboard watching. The Spokane Indians manager is focused on his team and he likes what he sees. The Indians shut down Everett’s offense for the second straight night, limiting the AquaSox to three hits en route to a 3-0 Northwest League baseball victory Thursday in front of 4,285 at Avista Stadium.

It’s never over…

Spokane Indians designated hitter Brett Nicholas had never seen anything like it. The Indians, down by four in the bottom of the ninth inning, staged an improbable five-run rally to overtake the Boise Hawks 8-7 in front of 3,273 Monday at Avista Stadium.

Josh Richmond has grand game for Spokane Indians

Josh Richmond has a new secret weapon. Richmond revealed the source of his power Thursday night after his grand slam and two-run double powered the Spokane Indians to an 11-2 win over Salem-Keizer.

Another shutout for Spokane Indians

The last time Juan Grullon and Jimmy Reyes pitched for the Spokane Indians was July 17. Both returned in fine form Tuesday night as the Indians’ season-long dominance at Avista Stadium continued with a second consecutive shutout of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes.

Indians shut down Volcanoes

It’s a rare thing when a pitcher from short-season A ball is the de facto centerpiece of a major-league trade – but Roman Mendez has the makings of a rare pitcher. That was the first impression he made Monday night, striking out eight in a spectacular five-inning stint as the Spokane Indians opened an eight-game Northwest League home stand with a 7-0 whitewash of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes.

Indians end first half strong

If Jake Skole and Nicholas McBride have anything to say about it, the second half of the Northwest League season could be even more productive for the playoff-bound Spokane Indians.

Ball club switches to green power

The Spokane Indians will take the field under green lights this season. All electricity used at their home field, Avista Stadium, will be generated by renewable energy sources such as wind, biomass and solar, team President Andy Billig said Monday.