The Spokane Indians, a Single A affiliate of the Texas Rangers, play at Avista Stadium, which was built 1958, seating 7,162 and is adjacent to the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds. It is an older stadium, but it does have a row of skyboxes around the top. We were a little late, because we didn't realize that the game started at 6:30pm. Spokane has the highest attendance in the Northwest League. Tonight, a Wednesday, there were 3,371 in attendance. The Brett Brothers, including George Brett who played for Kansas City, are the principal owners. Tonight they played the Tri-City Dust Devils. It was a good game with the Indians being the winners 5-2. The box score was Tri-City R-2, H-8, E-2 and Indians R-5, H-8, E-2. The field lines are RF 335, RC-365, CF-398, LC-368, LF-335. The mascot is Otto the dinosaur. Otto is wearing medical scrubs for a race where two boys had to put on medical clothing. Everyone in the section where we were sitting was the recipient of a Texaco or Shell antenna ball because our bird, the ostrich, won the run around the bases. New Logo 2012.
Attractions
Manito Park - features a conservatory, Japanese garden, perennial garden, rose garden, lilac garden and formal garden for the display of bedding plants.

Riverfront Park - the site of Expo '74 has been transformed into a beautiful 50-acre park featuring the cascading Spokane River and Spokane Falls.

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture - New museum with two main galleries dealing with Native Americans of the Northern Plateau and the second half of the 20th century of 3 generations of Inland Northwest residents. In addition you can take a highly recommended tour the Campbell House a vintage 1898 residence adjacent to the museum. -- Fee.