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ONEOK FIELD, Tulsa

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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.ONEOK Field has also been the home of the Tulsa Roughnecks FC of the United Soccer League since 2015.ConstructionThe 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.
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  • This stadium is better than most major-league stadiums. Not a bad seat in the house. Most Fri/Sat nights have fireworks and the show is incredible! Very family friendly - some nights are even pet frie...  more »
  • This park is a good one. The tickets were not too expensive, the seats were good. The concessions were also reasonable.  more »
  • If you have the chance to sit in a suite, do it! They take very good care of us and the game is more enjoyable! You can watch from inside or outside! Beautiful facility  more »
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  • Fantastic environment for friends or family or both. Win or lose the game, we always enjoy the park and its amenities. $1 beers on Thursdays, fireworks after most Friday and Saturday night games. Splash pad and other kid-friendly activities. Tons of food and drink choices and you can sit on the lawn and catch homeruns!
  • Love our Driller's! Oneok field is great. It's well kept, great staff, and the Driller's are always fun to watch. I can go and have fun by myself, with my daughter, or with friends.
  • A nice, small ballpark. We went for a Roughnecks soccer game. The layout was awkward, but still not a bad seat in the house. For soccer the lawns actually have better vantage than the stands and tix are cheap. Whoever decided to include a play structure and a splash pad is a GENIUS! My kid ran and played on the play equipment through the whole game. The view of the pitch is pretty good from the playground too! The splash fountains did not come on until the end of the match, but looked SOOOO refreshing on a hot July night in Tulsa. Such a brilliant idea for a stadium. Parking was a cinch. Free, just a block down on the street, altough I'm sure it's more crowded for bigger games and events. All in all it was a great family outing. Easy, friendly and safe.
  • This is a great place to see a baseball game. Tickets are priced good and the view is great from any seat. It also has a great veiw of downtown Tulsa. Friday & Saturday night baseball games has one of the best fireworks night there is.
  • Great ballpark! Well cared for and maintained. Good selection of foods. And it doesn't hurt that the Drillers are a good team!