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Indians fan season-high 16 times in defeat

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.

First-half champion Indians open second half with setback

KEIZER, Ore. – The second half of the Northwest League season began much differently than the first half for the Spokane Indians. Salem-Keizer sent 12 batters to the plate during a seven-run fifth inning and Christian Arroyo drove in four runs Tuesday as the Volcanoes dispatched the Indians 10-4 at Volcanoes Stadium to inaugurate second-half play.

Salem-Keizer blanks Indians

Joe Kurrasch (2-2), Jake Shadle and Eduardo Encinosa combined on a four-hitter Saturday night as Salem-Keizer dispatched the Indians 6-0 at Volcanoes Stadium.

Indians help Volcanoes to 5-2 win

The up-and-down nature of the 2012 Spokane Indians was on full display Saturday. One night after stranding 17 base runners, the Indians managed just four hits and left three runners on base, two in the ninth inning. They committed back-to-back throwing errors, then escaped with a double play.

Indians help Volcanoes to 5-2 win

The up-and-down nature of the 2012 Spokane Indians was on full display Saturday. One night after stranding 17 base runners, the Indians managed just four hits and left three runners on base, two in the ninth inning. They committed back-to-back throwing errors, then escaped with a double play.

Indians’ bats blast Volcanoes

KEIZER, Ore. – The Spokane Indians should arrive home with a spring in their step after completing their longest road trip of the season Wednesday night with an offensive explosion. The Indians had their biggest inning of the season, a 10-run fifth, and their biggest run total in a 17-1 Northwest League win over Salem-Keizer at Volcanoes Stadium.

Indians thump Salem-Keizer with big fourth inning

KEIZER, Ore. – The Spokane Indians used five runs in the fourth inning to break a deadlock with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (6-13) en route to a 12-3 victory in Northwest Conference baseball Monday at Volcanoes Stadium. Spokane’s Kellin Deglan led off the fourth with a single. Kevin Rodland homered one batter later to give the Indians a 5-3 lead. Ryan Strausborger then hit his second triple of the game, and Jared Hoying’s single made it 6-3. After Hoying stole second, Michael Olt hit his seventh home run to push Spokane in front 8-3.

Salem-Keizer hands Spokane Indians fourth loss in a row

KEIZER, Ore. – Salem-Keizer jumped out to a big early lead and then breezed to a 12-7 victory over the Spokane Indians in Northwest League baseball action Saturday at Volcanoes Stadium. The Volcanoes (6-11) took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first when they opened with four straight singles off Indians starter Roman Mendez (1-1).