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  • Drillers Reveal 2017 Promotions Lineup

    The Tulsa Drillers today released the promotional schedule for their 2017 season. Fans have plenty to look forward to as the team has a schedule filled with fantastic fireworks shows, popular promotional giveaways and thrilling theme nights throughout the season. MORE »
  • DrillersFest Set for Saturday, March 11

    With Spring Training games now underway in Arizona and Florida, another baseball season is right around the corner! In preparation for the 2017 campaign, the Tulsa Drillers will host DrillersFest this Saturday, March 11 in downtown Tulsa. The annual open house event at ONEOK Field will run from 10:00am to 2:00pm and is free to all who attend. MORE »
  • 2017 LEGO® Play Ball Tour To Visit ONEOK Field

    For the first time ever, LEGO Systems, Inc. is launching a 15-market tour of Minor League Baseball stadiums across the country that will include a stop with the Tulsa Drillers and ONEOK Field. The LEGO Play Ball Tour offers baseball fans an interactive building experience perfect for families to enjoy together before the opening pitch as well as LEGO fun during the game itself. MORE »
  • Spring Training Action Coming Soon For Drillers

    Going into their third year of being the Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Tulsa Drillers will again have the privilege of training at one of the top Spring Training facilities in the nation. Like their parent club, the Dodgers, the Drillers will prepare for the upcoming season at the Camelback Ranch - Glendale complex. MORE »
  • Drillers Broadcasts to Return to AM 1430 The Buzz

    The Tulsa Drillers have announced that the team's radio broadcasts this season will again be aired on iHeart Media station AM 1430, The Buzz. 2017 will mark the 32nd consecutive season that the Drillers and iHeart Media have partnered for game broadcasts, and it will be the 13th straight year that The Buzz has been the radio home for Drillers Baseball. MORE »
  • Drillers Taking National Anthem Submissions

    Prior to each sporting event across the country, the game truly does not begin until one historic tradition is performed: the national anthem. The Tulsa Drillers and Tulsa Roughnecks FC take tremendous pride in having the most talented local performers start off our games with their renditions of the anthem, and are pleased to provide this special opportunity to those individuals interested in showcasing their talent before each game or match. MORE »
  • Drillers Accepting Applicants for Promo Team

    The Tulsa Drillers and Tulsa Roughnecks FC are searching for energetic and dynamic entertainers to perform in front of crowds of thousands each night during Drillers & Roughnecks FC home games. MORE »
  • Drillers Announce 2017 Coaching Staff

    Some recognizable faces will occupy the Tulsa Drillers dugout this season. The Drillers and Los Angeles Dodgers announced today that manager Ryan Garko and his entire coaching staff will return to Tulsa for the 2017 Texas League campaign. MORE »
  • Safety Nets Being Added at ONEOK Field

    Since the inaugural season of 2010, ONEOK Field has proven to be one of the premier minor league ballparks in the country as the Tulsa Drillers organization has taken great pride in providing a fun and affordable experience for Driller fans along with their friends, family and loved ones. For the 2017 season, the Drillers and the Tulsa Stadium Trust are making a big improvement to the ballpark to ensure that fans will continue to experience all that ONEOK Field has to offer in the safest environment possible. MORE »
  • Major Project Underway at ONEOK Field

    The bar is being raised at ONEOK Field this off season. Literally. Construction is underway on a new, scoreboard bar in another major, off-season upgrade for the downtown stadium that is home to the Tulsa Drillers and Tulsa Roughnecks. MORE »
  • Drillers Finalize 2017 Schedule and Home Start Times

    The Tulsa Drillers have confirmed the dates and home start times for their 2017 Texas League schedule. In their third year as the Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Drillers will begin the season with a road trip through Texas against a pair of South Division foes. The home opener at ONEOK Field will then be played on Thursday, April 13 against the Midland RockHounds. MORE »
  • Missing Children Shown on ONEOK Field Sign Found

    The Tulsa Drillers are thrilled to announce that three of the missing children seen on signage at ONEOK Field this season have been located and returned home safely. MORE »
  • Tim Purpura Named Next Texas League President

    The Texas League of Professional Baseball Clubs ha announced that Tim Purpura will succeed Tom Kayser as league president. MORE »
  • Drillers Beaten in Season Finale

    The Tulsa Drillers closed out their 2016 season Monday night with a 10-4 loss to Springfield before 5,310 fans at ONEOK Field. The Cardinals scored in three straight innings to overcome an early Drillers lead. The loss leaves Tulsa with a 68-71 season record. MORE »
  • Late Tulsa Rally Comes Up Just Short in 3-2 Defeat

    A sellout crowd of 7,891 packed ONEOK Field Sunday night as the Tulsa Drillers and the Springfield Cardinals played each other in the second-to-last game of the regular season. And it was an entertaining affair as the game came down to the wire with the Drillers trailing 3-2 going into the last of the ninth. But a controversial call abruptly ended the contest, leading the Drillers to a second straight defeat. MORE »
  • Big Inning Too Much to Overcome for Tulsa

    An energetic crowd of 7,014 filled ONEOK Field Saturday night to celebrate the Labor Day Weekend as the Tulsa Drillers played the first of their final three games of the season. But the Springfield Cardinals looked like a club in prime playoff form as they scored nine runs through the first three innings before cruising to an 11-2 victory over the Drillers. MORE »
  • Drillers Defeated by Naturals 7-1

    Coming into Friday night's series finale against the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, the Tulsa Drillers knew the odds were against them to qualify for the playoffs. Unfortunately, those slim hopes came to an end in Springdale as the Naturals defeated the Drillers 7-1 at Arvest Ballpark. MORE »
  • Sopko Comes Up Big in Drillers Win

    The Tulsa Drillers faced a must-win situation entering Thursday's game in Northwest Arkansas in order to keep their playoff chances alive, and pitcher Andrew Sopko delivered his best outing since being promoted to the Double-A level. Sopko surrendered only four hits and one run, helping the Drillers to a 5-1 win over the Naturals. MORE »
  • Drillers Return Home for Final 2016 Homestand

    The Tulsa Drillers will return to ONEOK Field on Labor Day Weekend for their final regular season home games of 2016. The Drillers will take on the Springfield Cardinals in a three game series that will begin on Saturday, September 3 and will conclude on Labor Day on Monday, September 5. MORE »
  • Missed Chances Costly for Drillers in Extra Inning Loss

    The Tulsa Drillers rallied from a late deficit Wednesday to send their game against the Northwest Arkansas Naturals into extra innings. But missed chances would prove costly as the Drillers would come up just short, falling 5-4 in 11 innings at Arvest Ballpark. MORE »