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League expansion franchise teams,
which become the Seattle Pilots, and
later the Mariners.”
Not correct. The Seattle Pilots
played for one inglorious season, 1969,
in Emil Sicks Stadium in the Rainier
Valley. Mt. Rainier could be seen deep
over the right center field fence.
Before the 1970 season, a used car
salesman (not kidding) named Bud
Selig (who would later become baseball commissioner) stole the Pilots on
April Fools Day and established them
as the Milwaukee Brewers. They still
are the Brewers.
Among the angry baseball fans was
Slade Gorton. Major League Baseball
was sued for breach of contract, Slade
Gorton leading the way, and in 1976, the
lawsuit was dropped in exchange for a
baseball team: the Seattle Mariners.
So the Pilots still exist today, but
as the Brewers.
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