Avista Stadium is an outdoor athletic venue in the northwest United States, located in Spokane, Washington. It is the home ballpark of the Spokane Indians, a minor league baseball team in the short-season Class A-Short Season Northwest League, and an affiliate of the Texas Rangers.
Located at the fairgrounds east of downtown, the elevation of the playing field is 1910ft above sea level.HistoryBuilt in less than four months at the Interstate Fairgrounds, the stadium opened in 1958 and has a seating capacity of 6,803; large for Single A ballpark. The facility was built for AAA in the Pacific Coast League, which it hosted for 24 of its first 25 seasons. The parent club in 1958 was the Los Angeles Dodgers, who had just moved out west from Brooklyn and moved their PCL affiliate, the Los Angeles Angels, north to Spokane. They stayed for fourteen seasons, through 1971, then departed to New Mexico and became the Albuquerque Dukes.
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Home of Whitworth Pirate Football and Track & Field
Spokane Sport Horse Farm is a premier boarding, training and breeding facility, owned and developed by Christel Carlson.The Farm sits on 150 beautiful acres, five miles southwest of Spokane.With 3 large barns ,and a beatuiful Indoor Arena,
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Official page of the Spokane Indians Baseball Club. Tickets are available by calling 509-343-6886.
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Spokane's Premier BMX Racing Facility. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization.