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Olt shines at plate, in field

Mike Olt walked into the Spokane Indians’ clubhouse Sunday and saw from the lineup card that he would be batting fifth in his professional debut. That suited Olt just fine, …


Indians game washed out

The Spokane Indians’ Sunday afternoon home game against the Tri-City Dust Devils was rained out.


Devil bats too much for Indians

Joseph Scott’s first hit as a professional player was a home run last year in Missoula. His second pro homer came Saturday night at Avista Stadium and started the Tri-City …


Dust Devils beat Indians again

Joseph Scott’s first hit as a professional player was a home run last year in Missoula. His second pro homer came Saturday night at Avista Stadium and started the Tri-City …


Indians dropped by Devils

The Spokane Indians can take away some positive nuggets from Opening Night, discounting the numbers on the scoreboard. Of note, the weather cleared enough Friday to entice 6,511 fans to …


Rangers send their top collegian to Indians

The Texas Rangers on Friday signed third baseman Mike Olt, their top collegiate pick from this month’s first-year draft, and assigned him to Spokane.


Indians open with new outlook

Without delivering one pitch or taking one swing, the Spokane Indians have doubled their chances at making the Northwest League playoffs. The same is true for the seven other NWL …


Indians open season Friday

Friday night’s 6:30 opener at Avista Stadium between the Spokane Indians and the Tri-City Dust Devils would be a playoff rematch if this year’s postseason format had been in effect …


2010 edition of Indians gets ready for opener

Don’t blame the guys from Texas and North Carolina for wondering Wednesday what passes for summer baseball in Spokane. Cool, wet and windy weather descended on the second day of …


Indians get ready for season opener

Cool, wet and windy weather descended on the second day of the Spokane Indians’ three-day minicamp at Avista Stadium, forcing the evolving Northwest League team to get resourceful.


Billig nominee for Wood’s seat

Democrats have selected Andy Billig, who is club president of the Spokane Indians, to serve as the nominee for state representative from the 3rd Legislative District.


Indians official files to run for state House

Andy Billig, the president of the Spokane Indians Baseball Club, wants to play in a different league. He’s running for the state Legislature in central Spokane’s 3rd District. As ballots …


Indians end on high note

Spokane’s checklist for Sunday’s Northwest League baseball finale: A victory to cap a successful second half of the season, pick up a couple of individual honors and enjoy the post-game …


Hawks send Spokane home with a loss

BOISE – The Spokane Indians don’t have second place sewed up yet. Bobby Wagner drove in four runs with a homer and triple Thursday afternoon as the Boise Hawks defeated …


Boise cures what was ailing Indians

BOISE – There is nothing like the Boise Hawks to get the Spokane Indians back on track. Bobby Wilkins and Sam Brown combined to throw seven shutout innings and the …


Indians fall in 12 innings

YAKIMA – Matt Helm’s single drove in Tyrell Worthington in the bottom of the 12th inning Monday to give the Yakima Bears a 4-3 win over the Spokane Indians. Tim …


Bears trip Indians

YAKIMA – One big inning on offense and a two-hit performance by three pitchers was enough for the Yakima Bears to beat the Spokane Indians 3-2 in Northwest League baseball …


Bears edge Indians

YAKIMA – Tyrell Worthington drove in a pair of runs and three Yakima pitchers combined on a five-hitter as the Bears pushed the Spokane Indians to the brink of elimination …


Indians make most of minimal offense

Hits were plentiful for Spokane the previous three games, but scarce on Thursday. The Indians made them count, squeezing four runs out of five hits and three Boise errors to …


Indians miss chance for sweep

PASCO – Things were looking good for the Spokane Indians on Saturday night – they’d won the first two games of a three-game series against first-place Tri-City and sent ace …


Ogata turns things around

There are many reasons to believe Jason Ogata has a bright future in professional baseball. The most important one could be the .191 batting average he put up early this …


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Indians top Devils

PASCO – Miguel Velazquez slugged his eighth and ninth home runs of the season to lift the Spokane Indians over the Tri-City Dust Devils on Thursday night in the first …


Boise nips Spokane

BOISE – Robert Hernandez pitched four-hit ball for six innings and the Boise Hawks scored an unearned run in the sixth inning Wednesday to edge the Spokane Indians 1-0 at …


Thompson stellar in Indians’ victory

BOISE – Matt Thompson tossed six shutout innings and the Spokane Indians put crooked numbers on the scoreboard in a couple of innings to breeze to a 6-1 victory over …


Indians win to end homestand

It’s reached the point in the season when the Spokane Indians are tempted to do some scoreboard watching – even if they don’t want to admit it. They took care …


Indians split with S-K

When the night starts off with a single and a home run, it’s a great omen, but when a game starts with a couple of errors, not so much. That’s …


Rain douses Indians

Wednesday night’s Northwest League baseball game between the Salem-Keiser Volcanoes and Spokane Indians was suspended with two outs in the bottom of the fourth inning because of heavy rain and …


Prince’s HR lifts Indians

For a long time Tuesday evening, it looked like the good fortune that had followed the Spokane Indians on their recently completed eight-game road trip had taken the night off. …


Indians beat Devils

PASCO – Trevor Hurley pitched six innings of one-hit ball and the Indians manufactured all the offense they needed for a 2-0 victory over Tri-City on Monday night, Spokane’s second …