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.
Fans may recall seeing pictures of Ziare McDonald from Oklahoma City, Michaela Brummett from Eufaula and Jazmin Fonseca from Oologah on BairFind Foundation signage located on the first base concourse between Drill Bits and the main concession stands.
The BairFind Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding missing children, confirmed that Ziare, Michaela and Jazmin had all been found and safely returned home. It was also verified that Michaela was located and rescued in Tulsa, while Jazmin was found in Glenpool after being missing for over a year.
"This year we featured over 500 kids in MiLB ballparks, and so far 169 have been safely located," said BairFind Foundation Director Dennis Bair.
The search continues for Paige Moore from Broken Arrow, as the 18-year-old is the only remaining missing child seen on the BairFind Foundation's poster this season. Fans wishing to learn more about the BairFind Foundation can visit their website at www.bairfind.org.
The Foundation would like to highlight the fact that the top proven method to locating missing children is to have as many eyes as possible looking. If you or someone you know has any information on the whereabouts of a missing child, please call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or visit www.missingkids.org to report the information.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.