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Spokane Indians Opening Day 

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The Spokane Indians won their Class A Northwest League baseball opening day game 6-5 against the Hillsboro Hops in front of 6,458 fans at Avista Stadium on Thursday, June 18, 2015.
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Employee Taryn Hahn, left, hands Terry Grubham, second from the right, as his 9 year old son Bradley, right, and beer cashier Dana Dubanich watch before the game.
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Kelli Hall, right, watches Kevin Watt, dressed as Rock 'n' Roll Clown, give her 3 year old son Nio a fist bump before the game.
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Ticket taker and greeter Ashley Hoover, right, receives a ticket from Christy Montgomery, center, as Ed Weeks watches before the game.
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The Spokane Indians warm up before the game.
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Spokane Indians pitcher Emerson Martinez (17) autographs 9 year old Kaydience Shively's shirt before the game.
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11 year olds Dylan Darling, left, and Tayshawn Colvin, receive autographs from Spokane Indians players before the game.
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Fans receive autographs from Spokane Indians players before the game.
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Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett Sr. watches as the lineup is announced before the game.
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Spokane Indians mascot Otto encourages fans before the game.
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Spokane Indians co-owner Bobby Brett, right, applauds as cotton candy vendor Jack Billingsley, left, is recognized for 42 years of service before the game.
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A Fairchild Air Force Base honor guard marches onto the field before the game.
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The Top Flight Quartet sings the national anthem before the game.
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Spokane Indians catcher Sherman Lacrus (3) hits a RBI single during the first inning.
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Spokane Indians manager Tim Hulett Sr. (36) directs outfielder LeDarious Clark, left, to run home after an errant throw to Hillsboro Hops infielder Fernery Ozuna during the second inning.
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Spokane Indians outfielder Darius Day (1) congratulates outfielder LeDarious Clark (9) after both players made runs during the second inning.
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Spokane Indians pitcher Luke Lanphere (25) delivers during the third inning.
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Hillsboro Hops infielder Nate Robertson, right, slides safely into second as Spokane Indians infielder Dylan Moore makes a catch during the third inning.
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9 year old Eleanor Dinnig, left, holds a homemade Spokane Indians flag while sitting with her father Michael during the third inning.
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Spokane Indians outfielder Doug Votolato (21) makes a catch during the fourth inning.
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Spokane Indians mascot Doris high fives a fan during the fourth inning.
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The Spokane Indians bullpen watches the fifth inning.
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Hillsboro Hops catcher Nate Irving, left, tags out Spokane Indians infielder Ti’Quan Forbes (10) at home plate during the fifth inning.
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Spokane Indians infielder Yeyson Yrizarri, left, throws the ball to first for the double play after tagging out Hillsboro Hops catcher Nate Irving during the sixth inning.
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Spokane Indians outfielder Doug Votolato (21) runs for a single after an errant throw to Hillsboro Hops pitcher Mike Cetta during the sixth inning.
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Fans watch the seventh inning.
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Spokane Indians pitcher Peter Fairbanks (32) delivers during the seventh inning.
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Spokane Indians fans hold K cards after a strikeout during the eighth inning.
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Spokane Indians pitcher Luis Parra delivers during the ninth inning.
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Spokane Indians infielder Dylan Moore (19) hits the game winning RBI during the ninth inning.
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Spokane Indians infielder Ti’Quan Forbes (10) beats a throw to Hillsboro Hops catcher Nate Irving (18) to score the game winning run during the ninth inning.
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Spokane Indians infielder TiíQuan Forbes, center, is congratulated by teammates Darius Day, left, and Yeyson Yrizarri after scoring the game winning run during the ninth inning.
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The Spokane Indians celebrate a 6-5 victory over the against the Hillsboro Hops.
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Employee Taryn Hahn, left, hands Terry Grubham, second from the right, as his 9 year old son Bradley, right, and beer cashier Dana Dubanich watch before the game.

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