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Spokane Indians to be Featured in Baseball Hall of Fame's Virtual Voices of the Game Series

November 30, 2020

Cooperstown, NY. - The Spokane Indians will be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame's Virtual Voices of the Game series—focusing on the team's relationship with the Spokane Tribe of Indians—on Thursday, December 3rd at 11 AM PST. Fans interested in the event can REGISTER HERE. For more than

Cooperstown, NY. - The Spokane Indians will be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame's Virtual Voices of the Game series—focusing on the team's relationship with the Spokane Tribe of Indians—on Thursday, December 3rd at 11 AM PST. Fans interested in the event can REGISTER HERE.

For more than 100 years, the team has been partners with the Spokane Tribe of Indians, inhabiting northeast Washington, northern Idaho and western Montana. The tribe and team worked together in 2006 to develop an emblem representing both parties: an “S” outlined in the Indians’ signature pale blue, crossed by a feather as an icon of the tribe. In 2014, the Indians introduced an alternate uniform that featured “Spokane” in Salish (Native American language) across the chest of their uniform. Today, the uniform is worn every day.

Join the team's Senior Vice President, Otto Klein, and Councilman Tiger Peone from the Spokane Tribe to learn more about the relationship between the team and the Spokane Tribe of Indians as well as the successful initiatives of this partnership including the Redband Rally Campaign to protect the native Redband Trout.

The Spokane Indians have donated numerous items to the Hall of Fame, including a jersey depicting Salish across the front to the Museum's permanent collection. Hear more about this and other items used for the Museum's Education Department.

Register to participate in these free virtual programs by visiting the Museum’s Events webpage at baseballhall.org/events. Once capacity is reached via Zoom connection, participants may join us live on the Hall of Fame's Facebook page for all events.

These events are a part of the Museum’s regular virtual programming series, and past programs can be found at the Hall of Fame’s YouTube Channel.

Connect with the Museum through all the Hall of Fame’s online offerings via Safe at Home, which features educational and cultural resources that include:

  • The Museum’s Digital Collection at collection.baseballhall.org, which features historic photographs, scouting reports, audio oral histories and artifact images from the Museum’s vast collection
  • Free downloadable educational curriculum which cover 15 different topics ranging from mathematics to character development and are tailored to three different school levels from elementary to high school
  • Transcription opportunities for fans as part of our ongoing digitization of our Correspondence Collection
  • Historic and current videos at the Hall of Fame’s YouTube Channel, featuring Hall of Famer biographies, in-depth interviews and highlights of past Hall of Fame Weekends
  • Online exhibits that provide a virtual tour of the Museum, as well as through Google Arts & Culture