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Celebrate the Return of Baseball at Fan Fest

Wednesday, April 5th from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
4:10 PM EDT

The first pitch of the 2023 season is next week and we want you to help us kick off a new year of baseball at Fan Fest on Wednesday, April 5th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Avista Stadium! This FREE community event courtesy of our friends at Avista

Single Game Tickets On Sale Now! 

March 7, 2023

The wait is over! The Spokane Indians are pleased to announce that single game tickets for all 66 home games this season are ON SALE NOW. This year's promotional schedule is packed with: 🎆 (17) Fireworks Nights 🌭 (5) Family Feast Nights 👸 (5) Story Book Princess Nights 🐶 (5)

Join Us for the Return of 'National Pastime'

March 22, 2023

Spokane, Wash. - National Pastime, an award-winning play, is returning for the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's historic MLB debut. As a part of the newly introduced Major League Baseball campaign, "The Nine", meant to celebrate and honor the impact of black baseball pioneers and further diversify the business of

SIYB Spring Registration is Now Open

February 23, 2023

As a pillar of the community since 1903, the Spokane Indians remain committed to supporting baseball and softball at a grassroots level in the Inland Northwest. Youth sports teach the importance of teamwork, discipline, resiliency, respect, compassion, and character, while creating lifelong memories and friendships. We are proud of our

Indians Announce 2023 Promotional Highlights

February 16, 2023

The Spokane Indians Baseball Team announced today the highlights of their promotional schedule for the 2023 season at Avista Stadium. The 66-game home slate is jam-packed with an incredible (17) Firework Nights, (5) Family Feast Nights, and (5) Storybook Princess Nights. Returning this season as part of MiLB's partnership with

Top Five Black Players in Spokane Indians History

January 18, 2022

In celebration of Black History Month, throughout February, teams across Minor League Baseball are taking a look back at five of the best Black players to suit up for their club. While some of these standout performers went on to long and illustrious Major League careers, others simply had great

10 Spokane Indians Players to Compete in WBC

Ian Kinsler ('03) Takes Over as Manager for Team Israel
February 10, 2023

Spokane, Wash. - The World Baseball Classic returns to the global stage in March for the first time since 2017, with a total of 10 Spokane Indians players set to compete for nine different countries. This year's tournament will take place in Japan, Taiwan, and the United States, and has

Spokane Indians in the Negro Leagues

February 1, 2023

SPOKANE, Wash. - The Negro Leagues were founded by baseball luminary Rube Foster in 1920 and ran until the 1960s. After struggling through the Great Depression, the Negro Leagues reached their zenith in the late 1930s and early 1940s with legendary players like Cool Papa Bell, Josh Gibson, and Satchel

Apply Now for a 2023 Game Day Position

Priority Application Deadline is Wednesday, February 8th
January 27, 2023

We're hiring! Opening Night at Avista Stadium is less than three months away and the Spokane Indians are now accepting applications for 2023 game day positions. Please CLICK HERE to apply now. The priority application deadline is Wednesday, February 8th. Our goal is to provide affordable family entertainment and excellent

Spokane Indians Announce 2023 Field Staff

January 13, 2023

Spokane, Wash. - The Colorado Rockies have announced the 2023 field staff for Spokane, with former big league catcher Robinson Cancel taking over as manager for the Indians. Pitching coach Ryan Kibler and hitting coach Zach Osborne each return for a third season in the Inland Northwest, while longtime MiLB

North by Northwest League: 2022 Season Recap 

January 6, 2023

SPOKANE, Wash. - There were plenty of bright spots in Spokane’s second year as an affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, including an MVP performance from Zac Veen, backflips aplenty from fan-favorite Colin Simpson, and the debut of a brand-new mascot at Avista Stadium. The Indians began their season in April

Q & A with Indians Pitching Coach Ryan Kibler

December 12, 2022

How are you spending your off-season? Are you back home? I’m back home in Gilbert, AZ spending time with Rhonda and Gavin. I’ve been attending Gavin’s high school and club soccer games, golfing, going to the gym, cooking, going out to dinner, coaching club baseball and attending off season workouts

Indians Finalists for Five National MiLB Awards

Team Recognized for Continued Community Efforts
December 9, 2022

Spokane, Wash. - Baseball's annual Winter Meetings wrapped up in San Diego on Wednesday, with the Spokane Indians being recognized by Minor League Baseball for their work in the community, a rising star in the ticket department, and the debut of the team's newest mascot—KC the Stratotanker. The Indians, who

The Comeback Trail with Riley Pint

November 16, 2022

On the first day of Minor League spring training this year, there was a small formality before the workout began. Every player stood up, introduced himself and said where he played last season. Basic stuff. Hardly memorable. All the Rockies Minor Leaguers were there that early March morning at the

Zac Veen Named Northwest League MVP

November 9, 2022

Spokane, Wash. - Minor League Baseball announced today the end-of-season award winners and All-Star teams for the Northwest League, with Spokane Indians outfielder Zac Veen being selected as the league's top MLB prospect and Most Valuable Player. The 20-year-old led the NWL in steals (50) and runs (72) despite an

Four Spokane Indians Selected as NWL All-Stars

November 9, 2022

Spokane, Wash. - Minor League Baseball announced today the end-of-season All-Star teams for the Northwest League, with a total of four Spokane Indians players earning post-season laurels. First baseman Colin Simpson, second baseman Eddy Diaz, shortstop Julio Carreras, and outfielder Zac Veen were all recognized as the league's best at

Eight Indians Named Rockies Organization All-Stars

November 3, 2022

Catcher: Hunter Goodman The 23-year-old was in the thick of the Minor League home run race until the final week, finishing tied for third with 36 long balls. He also ended in a four-way tie for ninth in the Minors with 106 RBIs. The Rockies’ No. 23 prospect climbed three

All in the Family: Spokane’s Baseball Juniors

April 28, 2022

Sandy Alomar Jr. (brother of Roberto, son of Sandy Sr.): Sandy Alomar Jr. began his professional career with the Spokane Indians in 1984, hitting .215 in 219 ABs as an 18-year-old. He would reach the majors with the Padres in 1988 and spent a total of 20 years in MLB,

This Month in Spokane Indians History: November

November 1, 2022

November 1, 2010 - Former Spokane Indians skipper Bruce Bochy ('89) leads the San Francisco Giants to their first World Series title since moving to California in 1958. November 1, 2015 - Former Spokane Indians catcher Ned Yost ('78) guides the Kansas City Royals to their first World Series title

Emmanuel Clase Named Sporting News All-Star

November 1, 2022

Spokane, Wash. - Spokane Indians alum Emmanuel Clase was named a 2022 Sporting News All-Star after a dominant season that saw the young right-hander lead the American League with 42 saves. Voting was conducted among a panel of 12 AL executives during September and early October, with Clase, Aaron Judge,

Baseball Bloodlines: Fathers & Sons in Spokane

October 26, 2022

Dolph and Doug Camilli: Dolph Camilli was a star slugger for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1930s and ‘40s, earning a pair of All-Star appearances and winning the NL MVP in 1941 when he led the league in home runs and RBI. Camilli took over as manager for the Indians

MLB Postseason Features 21 Former Spokane Indians

October 6, 2022

The Spokane Indians look to be well represented in October, with a total of 21 former players and staff dotting the rosters of MLB postseason teams. The Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, and New York Mets led the way with three Indians alums apiece, while the Cleveland Guardians, and Los

Spoil Your Sweetheart with a Visit from OTTO ❤️

February 2, 2023

We know that Valentine's Day can be a busy and stressful time for finding the right way to celebrate your loved ones. That's why the Spokane Indians have created a package specifically tailored to the needs of baseball fans in the Inland Northwest. Leave it to OTTO! ❤️ The Single

Birds of the Ballpark: Killdeer

October 26, 2022

Common Name: Killdeer Scientific Name: Charadrius vociferus Habitat: Fields, airports, lawns, river banks, mudflats, shores. Often found on open ground, such as pastures, plowed fields, large lawns, even at a great distance from water. Lifespan: 3-5 years Length: 8-11 inches (Similar in size to American Robin, but with longer legs

Noah Davis Finishes 2022 with a Flourish

October 5, 2022

Noah Davis walked into the Colorado Rockies clubhouse at Wrigley Field with a confidence about belonging at the Major League level, but without many of his clothes, baseball gear, and other necessary items. The 25-year-old right-hander was preparing for the end of the season with Double-A Hartford and had already