Tulsa Drillers vs. Frisco RoughRiders

Tulsa Drillers shortstop Gavin Lux chases a play at third as Frisco RoughRiders baserunner Juremi Profar makes his way toward home during Monday’s game at ONEOK Field in Tulsa. MEGAN ROSS/Tulsa World


What: Texas League baseball, Tulsa vs. Frisco RoughRiders

Where: ONEOK Field, 201 N. Elgin Ave.

When: 7:05 p.m.

Broadcast: KTBZ am1430

Probable pitchers: Frisco, RHP Jonathan Hernandez (2-5, 5.92 ERA); Tulsa, LHP Ben Holmes (1-0, 3.86)

Season series: Drillers lead 4-0

Promotions: $2 Tuesday — General admission lawn tickets are $3 each (includes $1 Oklahoma professional sports fee), while all other tickets are discounted $3 off normal prices. Fans can also buy hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream sandwiches and soft drinks for only $2 each. In addition, fans can save $2 on Mazzio’s Go Pizzas. Also, from 6 p.m. to 7:05 p.m., Busch and Busch Light will be on sale for $2 on the concourse behind home plate and at the Busch Scoreboard Bar.

On deck: 11:05 a.m. Wednesday vs. Frisco (Drillers posters, Super Splash Day)

Driller bits

Roster moves: The Drillers received outfielder Drew Avans from Single-A Rancho Cucamonga as a replacement for Logan Landon, who moved up to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Avans, 23, batted .293 with three homers and 19 RBIs for Rancho. He was the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 33rd-round draft choice last year after playing four seasons at Southeastern Louisiana. Also, the Drillers placed reliever Marshall Kasowski on the injured list.

Diaz honored: Former Drillers outfielder Yusniel Diaz was named the Double-A Eastern League’s hitter of the week for June 10-16. Diaz, who has struggled most of the season for Bowie (Orioles), batted .364 with three homers and 12 RBIs last week. Amarillo infielder Owen Miller won the TL hitter award after batting .565 last week. Miller and his teammates will make their first visit to Tulsa for a series Thursday through Sunday and Miller will stay in Tulsa for the TL All-Star Game on June 25.

Family ties: Drillers pitcher Jordan Sheffield’s brother, Justus, is now in the Texas League with Arkansas. Justus Sheffield is the Seattle Mariners’ top pitching prospect.

Attendance comparison (31 dates): 2019: 180,599; 2018: 163,658.