PRESS RELEASE – John Ircandia, managing director of the Okotoks Dawgs, was ranked 20th on the list of Most Influential Canadians in Baseball published today by the Toronto SUN. The list is compiled annually by sports journalist, Bob Elliot, himself a member of Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – If you thought the fan friendly baseball experience at Seaman Stadium, home of the Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Club, couldn’t get any better, then you will be blown away by the Dawgs latest plans. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Canada’s #1 summer collegiate club, the Okotoks Dawgs welcomed their 500,000th fan to beautiful Seaman Stadium on Canada Day, July 1st. Continue reading
The Okotoks Dawgs (Summer Collegiate, Western Major Baseball League) opened their 2015 season at Seaman Stadium by shattering their previous opening homestand attendance record by an average of 1,000 fans per game, with 3,817 on opening night, June 5th, 3,801 on Saturday, June 6th, and 3,180 on Sunday, June 7th, for a total of 10,797. Read press release here.
Baseball fans will have a chance to enjoy an Okotoks Dawgs (Summer Collegiate, Western Major Baseball League) game, a hot dog and a cool one while helping flood victims. Hell or High Water beer will be be sold at Seaman Stadium this summer. A portion of the beer sales will go towards flood relief for those victimized by the 2013 flood. Read more here.
Canada’s SportsNet recently ventured to the foothills of the Alberta Rockies to check out Seaman Stadium in Okotoks (AB) and the summer collegiate Okotoks Dawgs (Western Major Baseball League), and they discovered that Seaman Stadium has become an amazing community gathering place. Read more and watch video report here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Club is proud to announce that in recognition of his extraordinary donations to the state of the art facilities now known as the Seaman Stadium Complex, the Town of Okotoks has renamed a portion of Stockton Avenue, the street adjacent to Seaman Stadium, as “Don Seaman Way”. Continue reading