- Tickets to a Tulsa Drillers baseball game, plus sodas and hot dogs
- Opponent: Northwest Arkansas Naturals
- When: Thursday, June 11, at 7:05 p.m.
- Where: ONEOK Field
- Seating: dugout premium
- Gate time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
$22 for a game package for two ($38 value)
- Two tickets ($12 value each)
- Two 21-oz. sodas ($3.50 value each)
- Two hot dogs ($3.50 value each)
$44 for a game package for four ($76 value)
- Four tickets ($12 value each)
- Four 21-oz. sodas ($3.50 value each)
- Four hot dogs ($3.50 value each)
The Scouting Report
Last season, the Tulsa Drillers reached the Texas League championship, falling just short of a title in the five-game series. A new season brings a new chance at the trophy, though, and this June game against the division-rival Northwest Arkansas Naturals gives the team a chance to score a key victory over the division leader. Fans can enjoy the action from dugout premium seating, sipping sodas and eating hot dogs to stave off any hunger that would make them hallucinate the pitcher’s mound as a big burger.
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.