ONEOK Field is a baseball park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Located in the historic Greenwood district adjacent to downtown Tulsa, it is the home of the Tulsa Drillers of the AA Texas League. The stadium is named for ONEOK, a natural gas utility.Make ONEOK Field part of your personalized Tulsa itinerary using our Tulsa online holiday planner .
ONEOK Field has also been the home of the Tulsa Roughnecks FC of the United Soccer League since 2015.
The Drillers, who then played at Drillers Stadium on the Tulsa County Fairgrounds, began looking for a replacement ballpark in about 1998; at one point they signed a non-binding letter of intent to move to the Tulsa suburb of Jenks, before efforts by then-Tulsa mayor Kathy Taylor and others led to the Drillers deciding to proceed with a downtown stadium. The Drillers announced the move on June 26, 2008. The future of the stadium was for a time threatened by the financial collapse of its largest donor, SemGroup. However, groundbreaking for the new ballpark went forward on December 19, 2008. On January 12, 2009, ONEOK, Inc. and the Oneok Foundation announced that they would pay $5 million USD to obtain the 20-year naming rights for the new baseball park.
ONEOK Field Reviews
The Drillers are the AA affiliate of the LA Dodgers. This stadium is relatively new (I went to a game at the old stadium at the Fairgrounds once...fun game, but really lackluster experience) and close... more »
My (adult) son and I were traveling around on our annual summer trip. We planned an evening visit to this ballpark to watch a game. Although it was 95 degrees, it was a very pleasant evening. There is... more »
I liked most things about this experience. Tickets were cheap for great seats, and parking was close and free. The team played very well, and won the game. The big knock was regarding the concessions. The concessions at kids' little league games are better. I'm not comparing it to the food options at major league ball parks, as that's not a fair comparison. I mean, the brat seemed like it had been sitting in hot water for hours, and the bun it was served on was hard and stale. I got vanilla soft serve "ice cream," which was anything but. I don't know what that stuff was made of, but it wasn't Ice cream. Other food selections I saw being eaten didn't look any better. All in all it was a super fun night, and I absolutely recommend it for families, work groups, or anyone. Just eat before you go!
I had a ton of fun here with my son at a summer baseball game. There’s a water park for the kids to play at during the hot games and the view of the Tulsa skyline rising up behind the outfield with all the distinctive architecture is awesome.
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