Texas League Park (Tulsa, OK)

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Texas League Park
Location: Tulsa, OK (US)
Other names: Tulsa City Stadium (1934-1936); Oiler Park (1962-1968); Drillers Park (1979-1980)
Capacity: 5194 (1933); 7200 (1948); 3780 (1979)
Dimensions: 330-390-330
Orientation: NE
Built: 1934
Demolished: 1977
Address: 4400 E. 15th Street, Sandusky and Urbana Aves

Texas League Park was the home of Tulsa teams in the Texas League, Pacific Coast League, and American Association from 1934 through 1980. The grandstand collapsed on April 3, 1977, and was replaced with bleachers.

Occupants edit
Tulsa (Texas) 1934-1942
Tulsa (Texas) 1946-1965
Tulsa (Pacific Coast) 1966-1968
Tulsa (American Association) 1969-1976
Tulsa (Texas) 1977-1980

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