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Spokane Indians Tickets
Location: Spokane, Wash.
Affiliation: Texas Rangers
Class: Class-A Short Season
League: Northwest League
Spokane Indians TicketsToday, the Spokane Indians are the Class-A Short Season affiliate of the Texas Rangers. However, professional baseball has existed in Spokane since 1892, and the team there has played under the moniker "Indians" since 1903. While the Spokane Indians have gone through multiple affiliations, classes and leagues, the presence of the Spokane Indians is as much a part of the fabric of Minor League Baseball as peanuts and cold beer. This iteration of the Spokane Indians dates back to the 1983 season when the San Diego Padres put their Class-A Short Season affiliate in Spokane, Wash. and adopted the Indians nickname. The team established a winning culture early, winning four straight Northwest League championships between 1987 and 1990. It wasn't until 2003 that the Texas Rangers became the Indians' parent organization, taking over the club from the Kansas City Royals after an eight-season run. The Indians went on to win additional championships in 2005 and 2008. Get Spokane Indians tickets today at StubHub.
Are there any former Spokane Indians players that have gone on to play Major League Baseball?Each of the three teams that have been the parent organization of this iteration of the Spokane Indians has seen multiple players transition through Spokane on their way to the Big Leagues. When the team was under the Padres' umbrella, players like Sandy Alomar, Joey Cora and Matt Clement all played for the Indians. During the Royals' eight-season run with Spokane slugger Carlos Beltran and pitcher Zack Greinke, both donned Indians jerseys. More recently, household names like Kyle Hendricks, Ian Kinsler and Rougned Odor all passed through the Pacific Northwest on their way to stardom.
Where do the Spokane Indians play their home games?Avista Stadium is the home of the Spokane Indians. The stadium initially opened in 1958 as the home of the Triple-A Los Angeles Dodgers. Obviously, the ballpark has undergone major renovations in its 70-plus years of existence. Those renovations led the stadium to be ranked as the 31st best stadium in Stadium Journey's Top 100 Stadium Experiences in 2017. Avista Stadium not only pays tribute to the century-long history of the baseball team that has called the area home but also to the Native American tribes of the area that have had an impact on local culture. Avista Stadium offers a modern baseball experience while providing a nod to the past.
Are the Spokane Indians part of any rivalries?The rivalry between the Spokane Indians and the Vancouver Canadians has heated up recently. The two teams have long battled for supremacy in the North Division of the Northwest League, but last season, a July meeting between the two squads saw the benches clear twice. While no punches were thrown, there is certainly no love lost when these two teams get together. Find out when these two squads are set to face off in 2020 by checking StubHub.
Who is the manager of the Spokane Indians?The Texas Rangers have announced that Sean Cashman will be the Spokane Indians manager in 2020. Cashman inherits a team that put up a 45-31 record last season. Cashman spent the 2019 season as the manager of the Rangers' Arizona League team that won the league championship. Before joining the Rangers organization, Coach Cashman was the head baseball coach at Saint Peter's University and worked as a head coach and general manager in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League.
Where can I buy tickets to see the Spokane Indians?Minor League Baseball fans looking for a way to see the Spokane Indians in action can grab their tickets at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub.
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