February 22, 2024

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Wednesday

Up upcoming: 12:05 p.m., Tulsa vs. Northwest Arkansas Naturals at ONEOK Industry

Possible pitchers: NW Arkansas, LHP Dante Blasi (4-, 4.19 Period) Tulsa, RHP Clayton Beeler (-2, 5.40 Period)

Period collection: Drillers guide 1-

Promotions: Super Splash Working day — Kids can get pleasure from a splash pad, h2o slide, a slip and slide, and a hearth truck splash down. For grownups, there will also be a Corona Tricky Seltzer sampling on the 3rd foundation concourse. It is the very last weekday afternoon sport right up until September.

On deck: 7:05 p.m. Thursday vs. NW Arkansas (Drillers T-shirt giveaway, Thirsty Thursday)

Driller bits

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Being sharp: The Drillers had not played given that Friday before Tuesday’s 5-2 victory above Northwest Arkansas. Tulsa did not fare as well in its very first sport again immediately after a equivalent layoff in early May perhaps.

“We labored out Sunday morning, we understood the match was canceled in San Antonio, so we had a tiny gentle exercise routine there,” Drillers supervisor Scott Hennessey stated. “And then we worked out yesterday. … I feel it paid out off tonight.”

Ability hitting: On Tuesday, Andy Webpages produced the eighth two-homer activity by a Drillers player this period. Michael Busch and Ryan Ward have a pair of two-homers apiece, with one each by James Outman, Jacob Amaya and Kody Hoese.

Streaking: Outman and Tulsa’s Carson Taylor extended their hitting streaks to seven video games apiece Tuesday. Taylor has attained base in 10 consecutive games.

Better on the road: The Drillers are 14-11 at residence as opposed to 15-9 on the street. Northwest Arkansas is 9-14 at household and 15-13 in away video games.

On the run: The Drillers have permitted a Texas League-significant 69 stolen bases — 3rd-highest in Double-A.

Tuesday’s lineups: NW Arkansas — 1, Maikel Garcia, SS (AB-R-H-BI, 5—) 2, Tucker Bradley, LF (2—) 3, Michael Massey, 2B (4—) 4, Logan Porter, C (3–1-) 5, Nick Loftin, CF (3—1) 6, Seuly Matias, DH (4–1-) 7, Robbie Glendenning, 1B (4–1-) 8, Jake Suggests, 3B (4—) 9, John Rave, RF (4-2-3-1).

Tulsa — 1, James Outman, CF (4-1-1-) 2, Jacob Amaya, SS (4—) 3, Devin Mann, 2B (4-1-1-2) 4, Hunter Feduccia, C (4—) 5, Andy Pages, RF (4-2-2-2) 6, Carson Taylor, C (3-1-1-) 7, Ryan Ward, LF (4–1-) 8, Justin Yurchak, 1B (3–2-1) 9, Brandon Lewis, 3B (3—).

— Barry Lewis, Tulsa Globe