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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 was really fun and the game as well as the mascot really kept everyone entertained. we had a pavilion and the food was done well and since we were there with 400 of our friends, we had a blast.  more »
  • We enjoy baseball and this is a very nice ballpark. We go at least twice every year. It is easy accessible and close to many restaurants in walking distance. They also have good food inside the park. ...  more »
  • Lots of various food types, nuts too. A game here makes a fun evening for the whole family and close to downtown Tulsa which has been brought up to date with new eating places and shops.  more »
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  • I never go to ballparks. But, This one was nice. They have very friendly staff. I was disappointed that they didn't have a smoking section there.
  • I love going to Driller's games, but my 2 year old daughter has the most fun here. If you have little ones, get a seat on the lawn, and let the kids play in the kids zone and splash pad. Also lots of great food and drink options.
  • Great family outing! Very affordable when you bring a chair or blanket. My kids LOVE the playground and water features.
  • The best ballfield Tulsa Oklahoma has
  • The $1 beers on thursday is quite a deal. It is a very nice new ballpark. but, I find the park to have staunch security working there, constantly bothering certain folks over dumb stuff like leaning on the corner of a wall watching the game or just staring you down. Bad enough it's 100+ degrees out. A very unenthused crowd that just seems grumpy maybe it's the heat. I just don't care for the atmosphere. I've been to several games for the drillers but probably won't be back again.

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