ONEOK (pronounced ONE-Oak) Field is the new, state-of-the-art home for the Tulsa Drillers Baseball Club, the Double A affiliate of the Los Angels Dodgers and the Tulsa Roughnecks an affiliate of the United Soccer League. During the Drillers first season of play in the new park, over 400,000 fans attended games, helping the franchise establish an all-time attendance record for professional baseball in the city of Tulsa.
The $39.2 million dollar facility is located in the historic Greenwood section of downtown Tulsa and is within walking distance of many downtown attractions, restaurants and bars. Throughout the stadium, patrons are treated to breathtaking views of the Tulsa skyline.
The stadium offers many amenities and can make for a great destination, even when the Drillers are not playing. It features several options for entertaining guests and clients, highlighted by a large Conference Center and Don Thornton Cadillac Club.
ONEOK Field is a “must-see” during your next visit to Tulsa!
By the numbers:
Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium
The newly renovated Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium opened its gates on September 20, 2008.
The stadium renovation included new seating throughout the stadium, restrooms, concession areas, new press box with luxury suites and club level seating, and a new scoreboard on the south side of the stadium, among other amenities.
The steel structure on the stadium's west side was removed substantially improving the aesthetics of the facility. The new structure on the west side now has an exterior finish of pre-cast concrete panels trimmed with cast stone. This returns the façade to the original architecture of the stadium, keeping the traditional look and feel of other campus structures.
By the Numbers:
The stadium has a new capacity of 30,000.
800 S. Tucker Dr.
The J.L. Johnson Stadium is the home field for the Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles.
It has a natural grass surface field with a seating capacity of 2,418 chairback seats with arm rests and a press box to accommodate 15 working press members including three radio/television booths.
Left Field - 330, Right Field - 330, Center Field – 400, Left Center - 375, Right Center - 375
Outfield Wall: 30 foot high hitter’s eye in center field sits 10 feet behind centerfield wall. Scoreboard sits 10 feet behind right center field wall. Outfield wall replaced in 2009.
7777 S. Lewis Ave.
Union Multipurpose Activity Center (UMAC)
The John Q. Hammons Arena at the UMAC seats 5,662 and features wide concourses, unobstructed sightlines, comfortable seating, upscale concessions, state-of-the-art video boards and entertainment options for a myriad of purposes. It was named in honor of Mr. Hammons in 2003 for his donation to the Union Schools Education Foundation. It serves as a multipurpose center for students in the District as well as for tradeshows, tournaments, conferences and performances.
The facility totals more than 150,000 square feet and includes:
• 2934 - 5,662 seat John Q. Hammons Arena (Includes 30 handicapped seats)
• 27,480 sq. ft. Arena floor space
• 1,808 sq. ft. Classroom
• 4,350 sq. ft. Meeting/Banquet Room
• SouthCrest Wellness & Sports Medicine Center
• Climbing Wall
6836 S. Mingo Rd.
Union’s Tuttle Stadium
Union High School football stadium with a seating capacity of approximately 10,000.
6836 S. Mingo Rd.