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| 2111 N Railway St, Okotoks, AB T1S 1A5, Canada|
Foothills Stadium, Spitz Stadium, Great Chief Park, John Fry Park, Edmonton Ballpark
Seaman Stadium Wikipedia
Seaman Stadium is a 1,600 seat stadium in Okotoks, Alberta, Canada with capacity for 2,700 with the grass berm. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Okotoks Dawgs collegiate summer baseball team in the Western Major Baseball League.
Seaman Stadium was built for the 2007 season after the Dawgs used Foothills Stadium in Calgary from 2003-2005 It is named after the ballpark's primary benefactors, Byron and Doc Seaman. The Dawgs have won the Western Major Baseball League Championship in 2007 and 2008 in front of sellout crowds of 2700+ at Seaman Stadium both years. The dimensions (in feet) are: 330 Left Field, 325 Right Field, 400 Center Field. The ballpark cost 8 million dollars to complete.
Construction of Duvernay Fieldhouse was completed in 2009.