Discover the Okotoks Dawgs Baseball Team

Posted by Justin Havre on Thursday, April 9th, 2015 at 10:40am.

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The Okotoks Dawns Baseball team provides plenty of fun and entertainment every easy. They play at Seaman Stadium in the WMBL. The team has even been the champions four times including 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009. Here's what you can expect from this baseball team.

Seaman Stadium

The stadium has a capacity for 3,000 fans and provides a natural grass surface. It was constructed in 2007 and provides a full service minor league level stadium with a 45-foot by 30toof scoreboard. Duvernay Fieldhouse was added to the complex in 2009 to give the team a full size, indoor place for training. It includes a full Filed Turf Infield, six batting cages, four movable mounds and two permanent mounds.


The Dawgs started playing in 1995 as a no-profit team. They are known as a youth development program and have developed many professional players over the years. The program was expanded in 2003 to include the summer collegiate club. They won their first championship a year later in 2004 in front of 4,000 fans.

The team had their first opening day in Okotoks in front of a sell-out crowd on June 8th of 2007. The Dawgs average about 1,700 fans per game, which is the highest in the province of Alberta for baseball. They even set attendance records in 2009 and 2010 and have been known as one of the top five summer collegiate franchise in North America.


The Okotoks Dawgs open the season on May 29th, 2015. They won't play their first home game until June 5th, 2015, however. The regular season will run through the end of July and the playoffs will be determined and played in August.


Season tickets range from $200 to $500 depending on the seats. Diamond seats go for $275, while Legacy seats go for $500. Seniors and students receive season tickets for $200, while regular adult tickets are $225.

Single game tickets range from $5 for Berm seating to $12.50 for reserved seating. Children under 12 years of age get into the berm area free of charge with an adult.

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