INTRODUCING ICONIC CORE 4 (+14) CORNER
Dawgs fans and visitors to beautiful Seaman Stadium will experience the phenomenal new addition to the Seaman Stadium Complex. Named Core 4 (+14) Corner, the addition which wraps around the left field corner of the stadium includes multiple hospitality patios, enhanced berm viewing countertops, a new Visitors’ Clubhouse and perched on top of that clubhouse is an iconic new viewing area of front row stadium seating, the Dawgs version of the Green Monster at Fenway Park in Boston or the Crawford Boxes at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Take a look at a few photos of this phenomenal new viewing area!
Why Core 4 (+14) Corner?
The name Core 4 (+14) Corner is a homage to the original Dawgs Youth Team that dates back to the mid-1990s and rose from relative baseball obscurity to become one of the preeminent youth teams in the country and on either side of the border. As Dawgs managing director, John Ircandia has explained:
“The reality is that without that original Dawgs team which played from 1996 through the millennium, there would be no Seaman Stadium, no Dawgs Summer Collegiate Team and no Dawgs Baseball Academy. The passion that was the foundation of all that we now enjoy, came from the hard work, dedication and commitment of those original Dawgs”.
For the complete story behind the name please check out the Dawgs website at https://dawgsbaseball.ca/facilities/core-4-14-corner/
Core 4 (+14) Corner Interview Series
As part of introducing Core 4 to our phenomenal Dawgs fans, we will be offering a series of interviews of some key members of that original Dawgs team. The interviews were conducted by Calgary radio personality, co-founder and one of the principals of Alberta Dugout Stories, Joe McFarlane.
Emerson Frostad: Original Dawgs Youth Player, Scholarship to Lewis Clark State College, ID, Drafted by Texas Rangers rising to AAA. Team Canada, Corporate Lawyer in Calgary.