Spokane, Wash. - Four Everett pitchers combined for a one-hit shutout as the AquaSox leapfrogged past the Indians, 11-0, in front of 6,946 fans at Avista Stadium for Season Finale Fireworks & Wildfire Relief Garage Sale presented by AAA Washington, KREM 2, and 93.7 The Mountain. Spokane finished the second
*Spokane, Wash. - *Four Everett pitchers combined for a one-hit shutout as the AquaSox leapfrogged past the Indians, 11-0, in front of 6,946 fans at Avista Stadium for Season Finale Fireworks & Wildfire Relief Garage Sale presented by AAA Washington, KREM 2, and 93.7 The Mountain. Spokane finished the second half with a 17-14 record at home (32-32 overall at Avista Stadium in 2023) and will wrap up the season with a six-game set in Hillsboro starting on Tuesday, September 5th.
A message from Spokane Indians Vice President, General Manager Kyle Day:
“As another season of professional baseball in Spokane draws to a close, the Spokane Indians want to say THANK YOU to the best fans in all of baseball. You are the reason we enjoy coming to Avista Stadium each night, and you are the reason we do what we do on a daily basis.
Avista Stadium remains a gathering place for all members of our community. Thanks to our great partners at Spokane County, the City of Spokane Valley, and the State of Washington, Avista Stadium will begin undergoing Phase 1 of a multi phased improvement plan over the coming years. Construction is set to begin following the season on various projects throughout the stadium in order to get us compliant with MLB facility standards, and to continue improving the fan experience at Avista Stadium. With all these changes, it is important to note that we will work hard to ensure that the fan experience remains top notch. We will continue to have free parking, and we are proud to announce the ticket package pricing will remain flat for the third straight season in 2024.
In the coming months as the leaves begin to turn or the first snowflake of the season begins to fall, picture the lush green grass of Avista Stadium, the smell of the first Indians Dog fresh off the grill, the sound of the crack of the bat, and picture a high five from OTTO the Mascot. We have a saying around here that ‘it’s always someone’s first game at Avista Stadium.’ Whether you’re from out of town and it’s your first game, or you’re a STCU Gold Glove Member that never misses an inning, we want to once again say thank you for another outstanding season of Spokane Indians baseball. The future is bright for our community, Avista Stadium, and the Spokane Indians. Thank you for your continued support. We can’t wait to welcome you back to the ballpark in 2024. Let’s #GoSpo!”
ABOUT THE SPOKANE INDIANS
The Spokane Indians are the High-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies located in Spokane, Washington, and were named 2021 MiLB Organization of the Year. Avista Stadium is home to the MultiCare Kids Bench Seat. Parking at all Spokane Indians games is FREE. The Spokane Indians Office and Team Store hours are 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM on Monday through Thursday and 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM on Fridays. On game days, the Office and Team Store are open from 10:00 AM through the end of the game.