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SOLD OUT! Tonight's Indians-Dust Devil Game Airs on SWX

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SPOKANE, Wash. -- Friday's game between the Spokane Indians and the Tri-City Dust Devils has been sold out.  The game will feature $1 hot dogs, ice cream sandwiches, and Pepsi products as part of Yokes $1 Family Feast Night.  Tickets are still available for the season's final homestand August 28th through the 30th.

Friday's game will air live on SWX-TV (over-the-air 6-2, Comcast 115, Time Warner 306, Cable One 466, Davis Cable 514, Northland Cable 115/317, and via the "Watch SWX" App on Android and iOS phones and tablets).

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