Seattle Rainier's Baseball

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The Seattle Rainiers began in 1903 as the Seattle Indians. In 1938, beer magnate Emil Sick bought the team and renamed it after his Rainier brewery. He also built the team a new home, Sick's Stadium. In 1965 they became a farm team of the California Angels and adopted that team's nickname. In 1968, the team folded with the arrival of Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Pilots who lasted only a year. A new Rainiers team played at Sick's from 1972 to 1976 after which the MLB Mariners debuted at the Kingdome. READ MORE

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