ICYMI: #DrillVille was treated to a spectacular rendition of the national anthem Friday night. Tulsa's own, Hanson, was in the house to start off a gorgeous night of baseball.
Frisco RoughRiders manager, Joe Mikulik, was up to his old ways Tuesday night, as he lost his cool, once again. Mikulik put on a three-minute show filled with slides, kind words and the thievery of second base, following his ejection. ESPN #SCTop10 meltdown in #DrillVille
ICYMI: Last night, Negro League Hall of Fame Pitcher, Porter Reed, threw out the first pitch for the 2016 season. Reed is the oldest living Negro League player in Oklahoma.
World War II Veteran and Pearl Harbor Survivor Arles Cole was at ONEOK Field to help throw out the first pitch. On December 7, 1941, then a 17-year-old Seaman First Class on the U.S.S. West Virginia in Pearl Harbor, this sailor saved a few of his shipmates during the infamous Japanese attack. He also seized the opportunity to find the U.S. flag and raise it, symbolizing the enduring strength of this great nation. On this Memorial Day, we honor those lost in that attack, and the other brave men and women who have given their lives to defend our great nation.