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ONEOK Field

On Jan. 12, 2009, ONEOK Field became the name of the new downtown Tulsa Ballpark.

ONEOK and the ONEOK Foundation, as major donors to the project, pledged $5 million and obtained the 20-year naming rights to the baseball park that will be the future home of the Tulsa Drillers, the Double-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball team.

"With this investment, we are reinforcing our strong commitment to Tulsa and its downtown," said John W. Gibson, chairman and chief executive officer of ONEOK.

"A vibrant downtown is key to our ability to attract and retain the employees we need today and in the future to continue our company’s success. Last year, we acquired ONEOK Plaza, our downtown office building, and now, with the new baseball field, we can help with the continued redevelopment of downtown Tulsa and the revitalization of the historic Greenwood District."

Completed before the 2010 baseball season, ONEOK Field is located directly west of the historic Greenwood District and adjacent to the Brady and Blue Dome entertainment districts.

More information is available in the naming announcement news release.


Media Contacts

Brad Borror
ONEOK, Inc.
918-588-7582
Email

Megan Washbourne
ONEOK, Inc.
918-588-7572
Email


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