The Seattle Pilots were an American professional baseball team based in Seattle
, Washington for one season, 1969. The Pilots played home games at Sick's ...
64-98, 6th AL West, 639 R, 125 HR, 4.35 ERA, 167 E, Mgr:Schultz, RF:Hegan, SP
:Brabender 13, CL:Segui 12, HR:Mincher 25, SB:Harper 73.
The Seattle Pilots lived only one year, finishing in last place in the American
League West at 64-98. The team's escapades were immortalized far beyond their
Dec 21, 2015 ... Seattle Pilots Primary Logo on Chris Creamer's Sports Logos Page ... left and
right arrow keys to navigate through the Seattle Pilots logo history ...
Jun 26, 2013 ... The Seattle Pilots occupy a unique space in the modern annals of Major League
Baseball. They played only one season—162 games—in their ...
Feb 9, 2014 ... This is a clip from what appears to be a post-season promotional video in the
unsuccessful effort to hold onto the Seattle Pilots, the American ...
Feb 26, 2001 ... Nickname: Named Pilots because of Seattle's location on the Pacific Ocean
where sailing is a favorite past time. Logo: A Red Sailor's wheel ...
Information and pictures of Sicks Stadium, former home of the Seattle Pilots.
Aug 24, 2016 ... Tommy Davis led the expansion Seattle Pilots with 80 RBIs in 1969. In 1970, the
team moved to Milwaukee and became the Brewers. AP Photo.
Mar 5, 2014 ... A retrospective look at the 1969 Major League Baseball team Seattle Pilots,
whose disastrous single season was a lesson in NOT to run a ...