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Seattle was represented by the Seattle Rainiers from 1919 to 1921, but changed names to the Seattle Indians in 1922. The 1924 team won the Pacific Coast League Championship, but the franchise was a second division club for most of the rest of its existence. In 1938 Seattle returned to the more familiar Rainiers moniker.


[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1922 90-107 5th Walt McCredie /Bert Adams none
1923 99-97 4th Harry Wolverton (46-49) / Red Killefer (53-48) none
1924 109-91 1st Red Killefer none League Champs
1925 103-91 3rd Red Killefer none
1926 89-111 7th Red Killefer none
1927 98-92 3rd Red Killefer none
1928 64-127 8th Jim Middleton
1929 67-135 8th Ernie Johnson
1930 92-107 6th Ernie Johnson
1931 83-104 8th Ernie Johnson
1932 90-95 6th Ernie Johnson / George Burns
1933 65-119 8th George Burns none
1934 81-102 6th George Burns (5-10) / Dutch Ruether (76-92)
1935 80-93 6th Dutch Ruether
1936 93-82 4th Dutch Ruether Lost in 1st round
1937 81-96 6th Spencer Abbott (20-27) / Johnny Bassler (61-69)
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