Will Venable made an incredible catch to save San Diego, pinch-hitting pitcher Andrew Cashner drove in the go-ahead run with a perfectly executed safety squeeze in the 13th inning, and the Padres extended their...More >>
Andrew Cashner provided quite the thrilling warmup for his Tuesday start against San Francisco: a tiebreaking bunt as a pinch hitter in the 13th inning Monday night.More >>
Spokane, WA - The Indians entered Sunday night's game looking for their second straight series win, but faced a daunting challenge in the form of Yakima starting pitcher Daniel Watts (2-3). The league-leader in ERA proved every bit the worthy adversary, holding the Indians scoreless through five innings, but the resilient Spokane bats broke through in the sixth on their way to a 3-0 victory over the Bears in front of 4,543 fans at Avista Stadium for Youth Baseball Day & Pre-Game Youth Clinic presented by LEO's Photography, 103.9 BOB FM, and 790 KJRB.
Gabriel Roa and Patrick Cantwell led off the game's deciding frame with back-to-back singles and Cam Schiller followed with a picture perfect bunt down the third base line. Watts darted off the mound and fielded the ball cleanly, but his throw sailed into right field, allowing Roa to score from second. Royce Bolinger followed with a line drive to Bears rightfielder Mike Lang, who airmailed his throw past catcher Steven Rodriguez as Cantwell scampered home on Yakima's second consecutive error. Ryan Rua topped off the Indians big inning with an RBI double into the left field corner.
Spokane starter Connor Sadzeck extended his tightfisted ways at Avista Stadium, allowing no hits and no runs in four innings while striking out seven Bears. Richard Alvarez (1-2) picked up his first win of the season with three scoreless frames and Joseph Burns and Josh McElwee each tossed a perfect inning to finish the Indians second straight shutout.
Rua finished the game with three hits, Schiller chipped in two, and Roa, Cantwell, and Smerling Lantigua each had a base knock in the win.
Monday, June 17 2013 1:46 AM EDT2013-06-17 05:46:23 GMT
The Tri-City Dust Devils came away with their second straight one-run victory, defeating the Vancouver Canadians 4-3 on Sunday night. The win clinched the victory for the Dust Devils in the opening series of the season.More >>
The Tri-City Dust Devils came away with their second straight one-run victory, defeating the Vancouver Canadians 4-3 on Sunday night. Alec Mehrten came through at the plate for Tri-City, driving home three of the team's four runs. The win clinched the victory for the Dust Devils in the opening series of the season.More >>
Sunday, June 16 2013 1:57 AM EDT2013-06-16 05:57:31 GMT
The Tri-City Dust Devils returned the favor Saturday night, defeating the Canadians 4-3. Tri-City was out-hit 10-4 on the night and secured manager Drew Saylor's first career managerial victory at Gesa Stadium.More >>
The Tri-City Dust Devils returned the favor Saturday night, defeating the Canadians 4-3. Tri-City was out-hit 10-4 on the night and secured manager Drew Saylor's first career managerial victory in front of 3,374 fans at Gesa Stadium.More >>
Sunday, June 16 2013 2:13 AM EDT2013-06-16 06:13:28 GMT
The Indians fall to the Everett AquaSox for the second consecutive night by a score of 6-4.More >>
sellout, standing-room-only crowd of 6,991 fans poured into Avista Stadium for the Spokane Indians second game of the season, as the boys of summer fell to the Everett AquaSox for the second consecutive night by a score of 6-4.More >>