The Bend Rainbows were a professional baseball team in Bend, Oregon from 1970 to 1971. They were a minor league affiliate of the California Angels and a member of the Northwest League. After the 1971 season, the Angels affiliate became the Walla Walla Islanders.
Actor Kurt Russell played second base for the Rainbows in 1971, hitting .285 with 1 home run. Future Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs manager Tom Treblehorn also played for the team in both years of its existence.
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