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Sicks Stadium

Sick's Stadium first opened on June 15, 1938 as the home field of the Pacific Coast League's Seattle Rainiers (the renamed Seattle Indians). It was the one year home of the Seattle Pilots. 

By Tom Hannon
Sicks Stadium

Sicks Stadium

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Ball Parks of Yesterday, Minor League Parks, Seattle Pilots, Sicks Stadium

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