The Milwaukee Brewers were founded as the Seattle Pilots in 1969 as part of baseball's four team expansion which included the Royals, Padres, and Expos. The team was acquired by future commissioner Bud Selig after one season and moved to Milwaukee where the name was changed to The Brewers.
The Brewers played in the AL West (1969-71), East (1972-93), Central (1994-97), and currently the NL Central (1998-now) making them the first team to have played in four different divisions. The team has one American League Pennant (1982) but no World Series titles.
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