The Indians put together their best performance at the plate of 2012, using a five-run first inning to catapult Spokane to an 11-2 win at Everett.
Spokane's win snaps a six-game losing skid, and improves their record to 2-8 on the year.
Barrett Serrato got the scoring started with a bases-clearing double in the first to put the Indians up 3-0. Cam Schiller followed right away with a two-run homer.
Spokane had another five-run frame in the third, and polished the win with a Joe Maloney RBI double in the sixth.
Serrato finished with four RBIs.
The Indians return home Monday night to host Boise at 6:30 p.m.