The American professional baseball team now known as the Milwaukee Brewers
spent their first season, 1969, as the Seattle Pilots in Seattle, Washington.
It's the Spring of 1969 and a new team called the Seattle Pilots is cleared for
launch in the American League. Local fans are thrilled to join longtime rivals Los
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 joined the American League in 1969, but by the next opening
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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
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