- Tickets to two Tulsa Drillers baseball games
- When: Against Northwest Arkansas on Thursday, July 31, at 7:05 p.m. and Against Midland on Tuesday, August 12, at 7:05 p.m.
- Where: ONEOK Field
- Seating: Field Reserved
- Gate time: One hour before first pitch
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $18 for two tickets to each game (a $36 value)
- $36 for four tickets to each game (a $72 value)
The Scouting Report
The Tulsa Drillers have already clinched a spot in the playoffs, but now their sights are set on being the top seed in the Texas League. For the third consecutive season, the Drillers claimed the first-half North Division crown, reserving their spot in the playoffs without ever having to slip the league commissioner a $2 bill. Behind middle-of-the-order sluggers Ryan Casteel and Taylor Featherston, the Drillers now aim to claim the best overall regular-season record. They can improve their chances with wins on July 31 and August 12, when fans in attendance can show their support while enjoying discounted food and drinks.
When baseball first arrived in Tulsa in the late 19th Century, games unfolded atop makeshift dirt fields on the outskirts of town—cow pastures, for instance. The first professional game was played in 1905, but the Drillers didn’t arrive in boxes full of packing peanuts until 1977, when they were still an affiliate of the Texas Rangers.
In 2009, the Drillers preserved a very specific part of that history: just months before the grand opening of ONEOK Field, a helicopter flew home plate from the old Drillers Stadium on 15th and Yale to the new downtown ballpark. Here, fans watch Drillers cross that storied plate throughout the summer amid art deco-style architecture that pays homage to Tulsa’s baseball past.