It was the heat of Bricktown this afternoon as Angi and I shot a quick preview of the Big 12 Baseball tournament. Our coverage all week brought to you by Randy Bowen Chevrolet.
AT&T Bricktown Ballpark entertained over 33,000 fans this past weekend for Bedlam Baseball. This week it’s the Big 12 baseball tournament, beginning Wednesday and running through Sunday.
OSU won its final 6 conference series and is the No. 2 seed. The Cowboys face No. 7 seed Kansas State on Wednesday at 7:30 pm.
OU is the No. 8 seed, sneaking into the tournament by beating OSU on Sunday. The Sooners play No. 1 seed Texas A&M on Wednesday at 12:30 pm. A&M has lost five straight games coming into the tournament.
Tickets are on sale. Call 218-1000 or go to ticketreturn.com.
Single session prices are
- $44 for club level;
- $27 for field box;
- $20 for terrace reserved;
- $16 for field bleacher or
- $13 general admission.
All session prices are
- $232 for club level,
- $127 for field box.
- $92 for terrace reserved.
We will have complete coverage in The Oklahoman and online at NewsOK.com all week from the Big 12 baseball tournament, including analysis from The Oklahoman’s reporters. And you’ll find exclusive video online at NewsOK.tv, all brought to you by Randy Bowen Chevrolet.
I went to college with Kelli O’Hara at OCU. A very nice girl with big time talent. So it’s good to see she continues to do amazing things on Broadway. She’s been a Tony nominee before. And is again, this time with her role in South Pacific.
This weekend, a glowing story was written in the NY Times.
Good for Kelli.
AS Nellie Forbush, the sweetheart from Little Rock in the smashing new revival of “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific,” Kelli O’Hara deserves a medal for single-handedly rescuing the ingénue from extinction.
“Kelli is a phenomenon,” said Mary Rodgers Guettel, Richard Rodgers’s daughter. She’s also the mother of Adam Guettel, who composed the songs for “The Light in the Piazza,” which provided Ms. O’Hara with a breakthrough role in 2005. “You don’t usually find people that pretty who can sing that pretty. And she’s grown tremendously as an actress. Kelli was a pretty soubrette a few years ago. Now she’s, well, she’s somebody who can do anything.”