The best players would of course jump ship from the Seattle Giants to the brand new "Seattle Rainiers" of the Pacific Coast League. The Giants would be a last place team in the Pacific International League while the "Triple-A Pacific Coast League" Seattle Rainiers had some amazing talent. Dugdale Park and the popularity of baseball in this town had risen to such heights that this ballpark would wind up becoming the first double-decked stadium on the West Coast, beating out Los Angeles' Wrigley Field II which wouldn't be completed until 1926. Before long, Dugdale Park rose in capacity from 10,000 in 1919 to 15,000 by 1922 (*Gord Brown SABR) easily making it one of the biggest stadiums west of the Mississippi.