Whether or not Civic Stadium was capable of performing the function of Pacific Coast League baseball... , in 1932 it would be pressed into "Triple-A" (Class AA) action due to the sudden demise of Dugdale Field to the flame which of course would be responsible for taking down most of the wooden ballparks of the era. This time however it was the errant cigarette or the discarded match however that set Dugdale Field burning to the ground... instead it was the sinister work of a serial arsonist (more on that in the Dugdale Park gallery).With nowhere else to turn, the Seattle Indians of the Pacific Coast League made Civic Field their home for the rest of 1932 and for the next 7 years until a proper Triple-A ballpark Sicks Stadium could be completed.