On This Date in Baseball History:

1969 Behind the shut out pitching of Gary Bell, the Seattle Pilots beat the White Sox, 7-0 at Sicks' Stadium in their first home game in franchise history.


1990 Mark Langston, making his Angel debut, and Mike Witt combine to pitch a 1-0 no-hitter against the Mariners.

Later today, the Team Formerly Known as the Pilots, the Milwaukee Brewers, will probably kick the shit out of the suck-ass Cubs. Ah, spring. And a question for Seattle Baseball types: where was Sicks Stadium? Old PCL park, I assume.