- Location: Tulsa, OK
- League: Texas League 1977-2019; Double-A Central 2021-
- Affiliation: Texas Rangers 1977-2002; Colorado Rockies 2003-2014; Los Angeles Dodgers 2015-Present
- Ballpark: Driller Park 1977-1980; Robert B. Sutton Stadium 1981-1982 Tulsa County Stadium 1983-1988; Drillers Stadium 1989-2009; ONEOK Field 2010-present
The Tulsa Drillers, formerly of the Texas League and now in Double-A Central, are watched over from beyond the outfield by a giant mural likeness of Brooklyn Dodgers great Jackie Robinson. The Los Angeles Dodgers farmhands play their home games at ONEOK Field in Tulsa, OK.
In 2015, the Dodgers coaxed the Drillers away from the Colorado Rockies just as several Dodgers co-owners made the nearby Oklahoma City RedHawks the Dodgers' Triple-A team by buying them and renaming them the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
When the American Association's Tulsa Oilers moved to New Orleans, LA, becoming the New Orleans Pelicans for 1977, country music star Roy Clark replaced the team with a Double-A franchise by buying and moving the Lafayette Drillers and raising funds to build the stadium ONEOK eventually replaced.
The Drillers and regional rival the Wichita Wind Surge play their season series for the Propeller Trophy.