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Baseball Season In Tulsa Starts Saturday

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With the weather warming up it's time to start thinking about baseball.

On Saturday, at Oneok field, you can ready for the season with Drillersfest.

The home opener is April 11th and right now our team is tied for 1-st place.

So Drillersfest is a great way to start the 2013 campaign.

General Manager Mike Melega says it's the teams annual open house and the 1st time the fans can get out to the ballpark.

There will be stadium tours and fans can take batting practice on the field.

Tickets will be available for the season.

Plus there will be inflatables for the kids and the team's mascot Hornsby will be visiting with the children.

As far as special promotions are concerned, there are 17 fireworks shows and 5 jersey nights planned.

There's also great college baseball.

On April 9th ORU will play OSU.

Then on May 10th there's the bedlam game between OSU and OU.

It's the start of the Drillers 4th season downtown and they're excited about all the growth that's taking place in the neighborhood.

There are a lots of new businesses and restaurants in the Greenwood and Brady Districts.

So there's a lot for the fans to do, before and after the games.

Drillersfest is Saturday from 10:00 until 2:00.

 

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