The Tulsa Drillers, Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, are wearing replica jerseys this weekend of the T-Town Clowns, a semi-professional Negro Leagues team that played in North Tulsa from 1946 to 1965. The Clowns name derives from the entertaining style of play the team exhibited on the field—think
The Tulsa Drillers, Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, will wear a patch for the first month of their upcoming season to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. At the end of May, the jerseys will be auctioned to benefit Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street
The Double-A Tulsa Drillers celebrated #NationalHatDay by introducing a new logo and on-field cap. The alternate D logo, which is drawn from the D in the Drillers’ script wordmark, will be paired with the team’s home white and road grays. While the D presumably stands for Drillers, the team is
In 2002, when starry eyed recent college graduates Jason Klein and Casey White of Plan B Branding visited Tulsa, Oklahoma, on a research trip for one of their first projects, the spectacular view from their luxurious accommodations gave rise to a minor league baseball brand that has endured for more than a decade.
Happy 4th of July to our American friends! Today we’d like to take you on a tour of the U.S by way of minor league baseball logos, making stops along the way in some of America’s biggest small towns! Now this isnt a “worst” or “best” list…some of these