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Stories tagged: indians

Indians no match for Everett in 10-3 loss

In the game leading up to a matchup with Seattle’s Felix Hernandez, scheduled for a rehab start in Everett on Sunday, the Spokane Indians found the AquaSox’s standard roster more …

Indians can’t solve Boise’s Erick Julio as five-game winning streak ends

Right when it seemed the Indians offense couldn’t be stopped, it quickly fell back to earth in Spokane series finale with the Boise Hawks. The Indians couldn’t solve Boise starting …

C.D. Pelham provides solid relief as Indians win fifth consecutive game

C.D. Pelham has quickly become Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett’s favorite reliever.

Blaine Prescott’s grand slam propels Spokane to fourth-straight win over Boise

It only took one swing from Blaine Prescott to change the course of the game.

Travis Bolin’s clutch hit in ninth propels Spokane Indians past Boise Hawks 8-7

Indians’ outfielder Travis Bolin hit an RBI single to left field with the game tied in the bottom of the ninth inning, propelling Spokane to a 8-7 victory over the …

Xavier Turner lifts Spokane Indians to win over Boise Hawks

Behind Xavier Turner’s bat, the Spokane Indians took game one of a five-game Northwest League series against the Boise Hawks.

Baseball notebook: Baseball at Fort Bragg a big hit for MLB, military

There was a sense of wonderment from every perspective Sunday when Major League Baseball staged the first regular-season professional game on an active military base. The unlikely convergence of efforts …

Spokane Indians end road trip with 3-0 win over Vancouver to snap three-game losing streak

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Darius Day slugged his first homer of the season and three Spokane pitchers combined on six-hit shutout while striking out 12 in a 3-0 victory over the …

Baseball notebook: Park’s minor league demotion latest setback for Korean star

Byung Ho Park’s demotion to the minor leagues is just the latest setback for the Korean star. The Minnesota rookie became expendable when the Twins recalled Miguel Sano on Friday. …

Vancouver Giants slam Spokane Indians 7-0 in Northwest League

The Vancouver Giants used one big hit to put away the Spokane Indians 7-0 in Northwest League action Friday night at Nat Bailey Stadium.

Spokane Indians can’t solve Everett’s Johmbeyker Morales

Spokane’s starting pitcher, Tyler Phillips, relinquished five earned runs and eight hits, picking up the loss.

Seth Spivey sparks Indians to snap losing streak

Seth Spivey calls Bernham, Texas home, but as far as his baseball career goes, he feels more at home in Spokane.

Everett’s Kyle Lewis heats up as Indians lose fifth straight

Inconsistent pitching and fielding plagued Spokane in a 10-5 loss to Everett at Avista Stadium on Tuesday, opening a three-game series.

Indians’ Charles LeBlanc, Alex Kowalcyzk in it together

Indians shortstop Charles LeBlanc and catcher Alex Kowalcyzk have a history that has more depth than just playing college baseball together.

Eugene takes final game of series with Indians

Jesus Castillo (1-1) allowed just one hit in five shutout innings and struck out 11 as the South Division-leading Eugene Emeralds (8-3) rolled to an 8-2 victory over the Indians …

Spokane Indians drop third straight to Eugene Emeralds

EUGENE – The Indians hit their first home run of the season but also gave up their first, and that two-run shot by Kevonte Mitchell sent the Eugene Emeralds on …

Little goes right as Spokane Indians lose at Eugene

Andruw Monasterio doubled home the tying run in the seventh then scored on Spokane’s third wild pitch as the Emeralds rallied for a 5-4 Northwest League victory Saturday night.

Spokane Indians shut out at Eugene 6-0

Three Eugene Emeralds pitchers combined to shut out the Spokane Indians 6-0 on Friday night.

Eight-run fifth inning launches Spokane Indians past Eugene

Free passes turned into hard-earned runs Thursday night as the Spokane Indians overpowered the host Emeralds with an eight-run fifth inning and fueled an 11-9 victory.

Rough eighth inning costs Indians sweep of Dust Devils

The Spokane Indians were well on their way to a three-game Northwest League sweep of the Tri-City Dust Devils until disaster struck in the bottom of the eighth inning on …

Season over for Indians starter Michael Matuella

Spokane Indians starting pitcher Michael Matuella was placed on the disabled list with a right elbow ligament sprain and is shut down for the season, the team confirmed Wednesday.

Five-run second inning sparks Indians to win over Tri-City

The Spokane Indians outhit the Tri-City Dust Devils 5-3 on Tuesday night. And that’s if you only count the Indians’ second inning.

Indians even record at 2-2 with 7-1 win at Tri-City

All four members of the Northwest League North Division have 2-2 records after the Indians opened a three-game series with a 7-1 victory over the Tri-City Dust Devils on Monday …

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 …

Phillips makes strong start, Indians beat Vancouver 5-0

Tyler Phillips, making his first pro start in Class A ball, admitted he was nervous heading into Saturday night’s game. The Texas Rangers’ No. 30 overall prospect did not succumb …

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 …

Spokane Indians opening-day starter Michael Matuella can’t wait to prove he’s bounced back

Michael Matuella, the Indians’ opening day starter, has overcome his fair share of obstacles.

Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett returns after unique opportunity in the Philippines

It’s business as usual for Spokane manager Tim Hulett on the first day of workouts for the Spokane Indians.

Commissioner: Decision imminent on MLB games in Puerto Rico

The Miami Marlins and Pittsburgh Pirates will find out within the next few days if they will play in Puerto Rico this month.

Supreme Court to decide whether tribal convictions count

The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday on whether tribal convictions for domestic violence can count as previous convictions under federal law if the defendant didn’t have …