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Spokane Indians place four on NWL All-Star team

Spokane Indians’ catcher Seth Spivey, third baseman Xavier Turner, right-handed pitcher Tyler Ferguson and outfielder Chad Smith were named Northwest League All-Stars on Tuesday, the league announced in a press release.

Indians impressed but unfazed facing King Felix

EVERETT – Suffice it to say, the Spokane Indians had heard of the Everett AquaSox starting pitcher for Sunday afternoon. Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez, making his first rehab start as he works back from a right calf strain, took the mound against the Indians at Everett Memorial Stadium.

Defense lets Indians down in 8-1 loss to Vancouver

After complimenting his team for its defense in the Spokane Indians’ shutout win over the Vancouver Canadians in game two of the series Saturday night, Tim Hulett wasn’t as impressed on Sunday. The Indians committed five errors, four of which were in the first four innings, and Spokane was whacked 8-1 by Vancouver at Avista Stadium.

Indians crumble in ninth inning of season opener

The Spokane Indians fell to the VancouverCanadians 5-3 after blowing a lead in the top of the ninth in front of a sellout crowd on opening night of the Northwest League at Avista Stadium.

Hulett, Woodward to manage in World Classic qualifying

Tim Hulett, manager of Class A Spokane in the Texas Rangers’ organization, will manage the Philippines in qualifying next month for the 2017 World Baseball Classic. Play takes place from Feb. 11-14 in Sydney, Australia.

Blog matters: Spokane Indians depart Avista after odd summer

Friday: The Spokane Indians bid adieu Thursday to what was a strange Northwest League season at Avista Stadium. The summer at Avista Stadium included searing temperatures, often 90 degrees or hotter, dust storms and smoky air that was so unhealthy that the Indians had to postpone a game.

Tyler Davis, Spokane Indians bullpen dominant in 4-1 win over Everett AquaSox

Tyler Davis and the Spokane Indians have taken their share of lumps this Northwest League season, but all of that was pushed aside Thursday. Davis (3-1) pitched six no-hit innings and the Indians finished with a two-hitter as they closed out their home schedule at Avista Stadium with a 4-1 victory over North Division second-half champion Everett.

Sherman Lacrus, Connor McKay rally Indians to victory

Sherman Lacrus can go home now, but he and the Spokane Indians proved Tuesday that they won’t leave without a fight. Lacrus hit his first home run of the season to force extra innings and Connor McKay won the game with an RBI single in the 10th as the Indians avoided postseason elimination with a 7-6 comeback win over Everett at Avista Stadium.

Darius Day wins it for Spokane Indians in 12th

Darius Day claimed he’d never had a walk-off hit at any level. Maybe it’s appropriate that Day had the winning hit on an evening in which the Spokane Indians and Vancouver Canadians couldn’t seize their multiple opportunities.

Indians, Canadians split doubleheader at Avista

The Spokane Indians already knew it was going to be a long night, what with two seven-inning games scheduled at Avista Stadium. But the night grew longer when Game 1 stretched into 10 innings and took 3 hours, 28 minutes.

Vancouver crushes Spokane Indians 11-3

The smoke moved out, but Connor Panas and the Vancouver Canadians caught fire. Panas hit two solo homers and capped a seven-run first-inning with a two-run double Saturday as the Canadians manhandled the Spokane Indians 11-3 at Avista Stadium.