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Sights from Spokane Indians' opening day at Avista Stadium

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The Spokane Indians held their season opener against the Boise Hawks on Friday, after their scheduled season opener was canceled on Thursday due to rain. The Indians' game against the Hawks went into extra innings, but Spokane fell to Boise 5-4 on opening day. Despite the loss, over 6,000 people showed up at Avista Stadium for opening day.

Here's some sights from opening day at Avista Stadium.

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    • Indians beat Dust Devils 8-7, closing gap in NWL standings

      Austin O'Banion homered and singled twice, scoring a couple of runs while also driving home two as the Spokane Indians defeated the Tri-City Dust Devils 8-7 on Wednesday.

    • Sounders continue unbeaten streak after tie with Whitecaps

      Nicolas Lodeiro scored for Seattle (10-7-8) on a penalty kick in the 19th minute. He sent goalkeeper David Ousted the wrong way after Sheanon Williams fouled Victor Rodriguez.

    • Mariners beat Braves, now two games over .500

      After blowing a 4-3 lead in the seventh, the Mariners rallied against Jim Johnson (6-3) in the eighth. Motter's single to center field drove in Jean Segura, who doubled, and Yonder Alonso, who walked.

    • 2017 Spokane Chiefs training camp rosters announced

      This year’s event includes 62 players, including 34 forwards, 21 defensemen and 7 goalies.

    • Dust Devils beat Indians 4-3 in walk-off fashion

      Tri-City starter Henry Henry went six innings, allowing two runs and five hits. He also struck out five and walked two. Trevor Megill (3-0) got the win in relief while Luis Lopez (1-4) took the loss in the Northwest League game.

    • Mariners fall to the Braves 4-0

      Nick Markakis put the Braves ahead in the fourth, leading off with his eighth homer of the season against Marco Gonzalez (0-1), yet another replacement starter in Seattle's injury-plagued rotation. Markakis added a run-scoring single in the fifth.

    • Indians squeeze past Dust Devils 1-0

      The game's only run was scored in the top of the seventh inning. After reaching base on an error, Austin O'Banion advanced to second on a walk by Clayton Middleton, went to third on a sacrifice bunt, and then scored on a single by Curtis Terry.

    • Mariners beat Braves 6-5 in Atlanta

      The 31-year-old left-hander beat his former organization, having spent most of the season at the Braves' Triple-A club. He went 12-3 but never got a call to the big leagues.

    • Walks Doom Mustangs in Loss to Osprey

      Both sides had eight hits in the game, but the Mustangs would walk six batters while Missoula walked only one. 

    • Mariners win their 4th straight; defeating Rays 7-6

      ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Mitch Haniger hit a grand slam, Nelson Cruz added his 31st home run and the Seattle Mariners rolled to their fourth straight win Saturday night, a 7-6 decision over the Tampa Bay Rays.      Haniger's first career grand slam came in his first game back after a three-week  stretch on the disabled list, lifting the Mariners to a 4-1 lead in the third inning. It was his eighth homer of the season.      Cruz, who is on an 11-ga...
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