Location: Seattle, WA
The 25,420-seat Sicks Stadium was named for Emil Sick, owner of the Pacific Coast League's Seattle Rainiers.
On June 1, 1946, Negro baseball debuts in Seattle at Sicks' Stadium in front of 2,500 fans. The Seattle Steelheads split a double header against the San Diego Tigers as part of the new West Coast Negro Baseball League.
The West Coast Negro Baseball League disbanded after two months and the teams reorganized under new names to barnstorm in the U.S. Midwest and in Latin America.