SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Indians are no longer affiliated with the Texas Rangers, joining the Colorado Rockies organization and moving to full-season High-A.
The Colorado Rockies confirmed the reports on Thursday Dec. 10, via Twitter.
The Spokane Indians followed with their own statement, saying "The Spokane Indians are excited to announce the organization has been invited by the Colorado Rockies to become a High A long season affiliate through Major League Baseball's newly formed Player Development System."
Vice President Otto Klein also commented saying, "We are thrilled to have received an invitation to partner with the Colorado Rockies organization. Our goal is to continue to provide affordable family entertainment to the Inland Northwest. We're looking forward to what the next chapter of Spokane Indians Baseball holds for our community, fans, and organization."
When finalized, the deal solidifies the partnership through the minimum of the 2030 season
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