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Spokane Indians end four-game losing streak

The Spokane Indians slugged three home runs and took advantage of several Salem-Keizer mistakes to outlast the Volcanoes 11-8 on Sunday and break a four-game losing streak in Northwest League …


Renowned nature writer will speak in Spokane in November

Terry Tempest Williams, one of the nation’s best-known nature writers, has been booked for a talk in Spokane on Nov. 1. The event will be a fundraiser for the Inland …


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 …


Spokane Indians lose at Yakima

Loss to Yakima drops Spokane out of first place in the Northwest League’s East Division.


Spokane Indians lose 10-3

Yakima clubs Spokane 10-3 in Northwest League baseball on Wednesday night.


Richmond returns, helps Indians sweep

It took a few innings, but the Spokane Indians adjusted to playing just the second day-game on the home schedule, scoring six runs from the fourth to the seventh innings …


Indians sweep Bears

It took a few innings, but the Spokane Indians adjusted to playing just the second day-game on the home schedule, scoring six runs from the fourth to the seventh innings …


Indians’ five-run fifth inning erases Yakima lead

During a stretch in which the Spokane Indians play Yakima six times in seven days, the Indians are getting used to making life miserable for the Bears. Yakima entered Sunday …


Indians catch Bears

During a stretch in which the Spokane Indians play Yakima six times in seven days, the Indians are getting used to making life miser able for the Bears. Yakima entered …


Ball bounces Indians’ way in easy win

You knew things were going the Spokane Indians’ way Saturday when they needed just six hits to post an 8-1 win. Further, you knew the night belonged to the Indians …


Richmond has grand game as Indians trample S-K

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 …


Lofton provides spark for Volcanoes

Chris Lofton could have spent this month preparing to play cornerback for the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s football team. Instead, the Salem-Keizer outfielder is putting a hit on Northwest …


Indians shut down S-K

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 …


Parent Rangers’ success reflected in Indians’ churning roster

For every person who checks the standings before he heads to the Fairgrounds ballyard, 99 check the weather forecast. Actually, it’s more likely to be a 100-0 shutout. It’s just …


New guy Mendez puts on show for Indians

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 …


Indians outshine Emeralds

EUGENE, Ore. – Andrew Clark drove in four runs and Randol Rojas pitched five scoreless innings Saturday as the Spokane Indians topped the Eugene Emeralds 9-1 in Northwest League play …


Eugene nips Spokane in NWL play

EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene Emeralds found a way to manufacture enough runs to edge the Spokane Indians 2-1 on Friday in Northwest League play at PK Park.


Indians strike in ninth for win

EUGENE, Ore. – Outfielder Jason Kudlock had his biggest moment as a member of the Spokane Indians on Thursday night. Kudlock, who entered the night with just 35 at-bats and …


Defense lets Indians down

EUGENE, Ore. – The Spokane Indians stumbled coming out of the blocks to open the second half of the Northwest League baseball season on Wednesday.


Indians in NWL playoffs with 39 games to go

The Spokane Indians could lose their next 39 games and still win the Northwest League championship. Strange as that sounds, it’s true. The Indians (21-16) clinched a postseason berth Sunday …


Indians bust loose with 11 runs to keep East lead

With Monday marking the halfway point in the Northwest League season, as well as the first opportunity to earn a playoff berth, every game of the four-game set with Tri-City …


Indians increase East lead

With Monday marking the halfway point in the Northwest League season, as well as the first opportunity to earn a playoff berth, every game of the four-game set with Tri-City …


Indians take over first place

The first 14 games of the 2010 season might have been a stretch Spokane Indians outfielder Jared Hoying would like to forget. Through the Fourth of July weekend, Hoying was …


Gomez home run enough as Bears shut out Indians

Raywilly Gomez’s first name is a combination of two popular Latin singers’ first names. Gomez hit the right note for the Yakima Bears and struck a sour chord for the …


Indians keep pace in East by beating Yakima in 15 innings

It took a season-long 5 hours and 4 minutes, but the Spokane Indians found a way to keep their postseason hopes brewing. Ryan Strausborger’s bases-loaded sacrifice fly to right field …


Hawks seize first in East

BOISE – The back-and-forth chase for the East Division first-half title shifted to the Boise Hawks on Tuesday night. Juan Yasser Serrano (4-0), Carlos Rojas and Aaron Kurcz combined on …


Spokane County approves stadium funds

Spokane County will soon start design work on $2.8 million worth of baseball stadium improvements required by a lease that pays $15,000 a year. County commissioners unanimously appropriated $10,000 Tuesday …


Louisville Cardinals teammates helping Indians win games

The coincidences keep piling up for two best friends from the University of Louisville. To start with, Josh Richmond and Andrew Clark were selected in back-to-back rounds during last month’s …


Louisville pals help Indians

The coincidences keep piling up for two best friends from the University of Louisville. To start with, Josh Richmond and Andrew Clark were selected in back-to-back rounds during last month’s …


County OK’s money for Avista Stadium upgrades

Spokane County soon will start design work on $2.8 million worth of baseball stadium improvements required by a lease that pays $15,000 a year. County commissioners unanimously appropriated $10,000 Tuesday …