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Pages: 36. Chapters: Seattle Pilots broadcasters, Seattle Pilots
managers, Seattle Pilots players, 1969 Seattle Pilots season, Bill
Schonely, Jim Bouton, 1968 Major League Baseball expansion draft,
Tommy Davis, Ray Oyler, Tommy Harper, Greg Goossen, Joe Schultz,
Marvin Milkes, Ball Four, Sick's Stadium, Steve Barber, Jack Aker,
John O'Donoghue, Mike Marshall, Miguel Fuentes, Skip Lockwood, Jim
Pagliaroni, Bob Locker, Gus Gil, Dick Simpson, Garry Roggenburk,
Don Mincher, Marty Pattin, Diego Segui, Jose Vidal, John Kennedy,
Gary Bell, Dooley Womack, Mike Hegan, Larry Haney, Jerry
Stephenson, Mike Ferraro, Edo Vanni, Gene Brabender, Dick Bates,
George Brunet, Jimmy Dudley, Fred Stanley, Wayne Comer, KVI, Bucky
Brandon, Jim Gosger, Dick Baney, Gordon Lund, Jerry McNertney, Ron
Clark, Rich Rollins, Freddie Velazquez, Danny Walton, Sandy
Valdespino, Bob Meyer, Steve Whitaker, Dewey Soriano, John Gelnar,
Billy Williams, Merritt Ranew, John Donaldson, Bill Edgerton, Steve
Hovley, Gary Timberlake, Fred Talbot, John Morris. Excerpt: The
1969 Seattle Pilots season was a season in American baseball. It
was the team's inaugural season, having entered Major League
Baseball as an expansion team during the offseason. The team was
placed in the newly-established American League West, where they
finished sixth with a record of 64-98, 33 games behind the
Minnesota Twins. The team would spend only one season in Seattle,
as the franchise would move to Milwaukee the following season and
become the Milwaukee Brewers. A book about the season exists called
The 1969 Seattle Pilots: Major League Baseball's One-Year Team.
Part of the Pilots season was also documented in the book Ball Four
by Jim Bouton. After the Pilots, there would not be another MLB
team in Seattle until the birth of the Mariners in 1977. The MLB
expansion draft for the Pilots and the Kansas Cit...
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