Fixtures from old Drillers Stadium in Tulsa to be sold

The Associated Press and the Tulsa World - November 5, 2016 3:07 pm

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – The seats, lights, press box and elevator from the old Drillers Stadium in Tulsa will be put up for sale.

Drillers Stadium used to be the home of Tulsa’s minor league baseball teams from 1981 to 2009. It’s being dismantled over the next few years to make way for the USA BMX training center and headquarters.

The Tulsa World reports that officials expect to award contracts for the fixtures in December and for removal to be completed four months later.

Expo Square Chief Executive Officer Mark Andrus says he doesn’t know the potential value of the items, but believes two or three types of companies may be willing to buy them. Individual seats or small groups of seats will not be sold separately by Expo Square.


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