The Seattle Pilots is now known as the Milwaukee Brewers. They are professional team in baseball that is having their base in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In the present, they are playing the Central Division of Major League Baseball’s National League. The team originally was established as the Seattle Pilots in the Seattle, Washington. As the Seattle Pilots, they were able to play only for one season and that was in 1969. The team was bankrupt and then was acquired by Bud Selig, an MLB Commissioner. He then moved the team to Milwaukee. As an expansion club in the season of 1969, they were part of the American League. In 1997, they were enthused to the National League Central. As the Seattle Pilots, they first played at the Sick’s Stadium. Furthermore, when they were moved to Milwaukee, they first played at the Milwaukee County Stadium. The team is also known with their other nicknames as the True Blue Brew Crew and The Crew Beermakers.