1969 Seattle Pilots Roster

The 1969 Seattle Pilots team roster seen on this page includes every player who appeared in a game during the 1969 season. It is a comprehensive team roster and player names are sorted by the fielding position where the most number of games were played during the regular season. Every player's name links to their career statistics.

Below the main roster you will find in the Fast Facts section: a 1969 Seattle Pilots Opening Day starters list, a 1969 Seattle Pilots salary list, a 1969 Seattle Pilots uniform number breakdown and a 1969 Seattle Pilots primary starters list. These team rosters are presented only when and where the data is available.

"Lamar Hunt and a Texas group also wanted to buy the team, but we had felt we had made the gentlemen's agreement with Bud Selig and the Milwaukee group that's what we were committed to." - Pilots co-owner Max Soriano
1969 Seattle Pilots


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Complete Roster

6-02
190
Right
Right
1940-07-13
6-00
185
Right
Right
1946-11-01
6-00
200
Left
Left
1938-02-22
6-00
190
Right
Left
1945-10-07
6-01
198
Right
Right
1936-11-17
6-00
185
Right
Right
1939-03-08
225
Right
Right
1941-08-16
6-02
200
Right
Right
1940-07-08
6-01
210
Left
Right
1935-06-08
6-02
185
Left
Left
1941-08-16
6-00
160
Right
Right
1946-05-10
6-01½
190
Right
Right
1943-06-25
6-03
200
Right
Both
1938-03-15
6-00
190
Right
Right
1946-08-17
5-10
180
Right
Right
1943-01-15
6-02
185
Left
Right
1939-08-04
6-01
198
Left
Right
1941-08-23
6-03
210
Left
Right
1939-10-07
5-11
180
Right
Right
1943-04-06
6-06
195
Left
Right
1940-04-16
6-00
190
Right
Right
1937-08-17
6-02
185
Right
Left
1943-10-06
6-02
195
Right
Right
1941-06-28
6-02
205
Left
Right
1948-08-09
6-00
170
Right
Left
1939-08-25
6-02
195
Right
Right
1942-11-19
6-01
195
Right
Right
1936-08-07
6-04
210
Right
Right
1937-12-08
5-10
180
Right
Left
1938-05-10
6-01
185
Right
Right
1937-12-06
5-10
175
Right
Right
1943-01-14
5-11
165
Right
Left
1943-05-05
5-10
180
Right
Right
1939-04-19
6-01½
210
Right
Right
1945-12-14
5-10
168
Right
Right
1940-10-14
6-00
185
Right
Right
1941-05-29
5-11
170
Right
Right
1941-02-23
6-03
213
Right
Left
1938-06-24
5-11
165
Right
Right
1938-08-04
5-10
185
Right
Right
1938-04-16
5-10
167
Right
Right
1947-08-13
5-10
175
Right
Right
1944-02-03
6-02
205
Right
Right
1939-03-21
5-11
185
Left
Left
1942-11-06
6-01
190
Left
Left
1942-07-21
5-10
188
Left
Left
1944-12-18
6-04
176
Right
Right
1943-07-28
5-08
170
Left
Left
1939-01-14
6-00
190
Right
Right
1940-04-03
6-00
200
Right
Right
1947-07-14
6-01
187
Right
Left
1943-05-07
6-03
195
Right
Left
1932-06-13
5-11
175
Right
Right
1944-08-18


The 1969 Seattle Pilots played 162 games during the regular season, won 64 games, lost 98 games, and finished in sixth position. They played their home games at Sicks Stadium (Park Factors: 98/100) where 677,944 fans witnessed their 1969 Pilots finish the season with a .395 winning percentage.

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a unique set of rosters not easily found on the Internet. Included, where data is available, is a 1969 Seattle Pilots Opening Day starters list, a 1969 Seattle Pilots salary list, a 1969 Seattle Pilots uniform number breakdown and a 1969 Seattle Pilots primary starters list:


1969 Seattle Pilots
Salaries

Tommy Davis $69,000.00
Gary Bell $40,000.00
Don Mincher $36,500.00
George Brunet $35,000.00
Jim Pagliaroni $30,000.00
Bob Locker $29,500.00
Tommy Harper $25,000.00
Jim Bouton $22,000.00
Gene Brabender $21,500.00
Bucky Brandon $20,000.00
Ray Oyler $18,800.00
Jerry McNertney $18,000.00
Diego Segui $18,000.00
Garry Roggenburk $16,800.00
Jack Aker $16,500.00
Marty Pattin $15,500.00
John Donaldson $14,500.00
John Kennedy $14,500.00
Mike Marshall $13,500.00
Larry Haney $13,000.00
Mike Hegan $13,000.00
John O'Donoghue $12,000.00
Merritt Ranew $12,000.00
Sandy Valdespino $12,000.00
John Morris $11,500.00
Wayne Comer $11,000.00
Gordy Lund $10,000.00
Bob Meyer $10,000.00
Jerry Stephenson $9,600.00
Dick Baney $9,000.00
Fred Stanley $8,500.00
Danny Walton $8,500.00
Steve Hovley $7,500.00
Freddie Velazquez $7,200.00


1969 Seattle Pilots
Uniform Numbers

Did you know that a 1969 Seattle Pilots Schedule is available and it includes dates of every game played, scores of every game played, a cumulative record, and many hard to find splits (Monthly Splits, Team vs Team Splits & Score Related Splits)?

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