McNulty ParkLocation: Tulsa, OK
E. 10th Street & Elgin Avenue.
Capacity: 5,000 (1919); 7,000 (1920)
Dimensions (Left, Center, Right): 254-320-274
McNulty Stadium was built in just 22 days in 1919. The park, on a hilltop, blew down during a tornado, and was razed in 1930. It was a 90-yard football stadium for the University of Tulsa. There was a home run pole in LCF; batted balls clearing the field in fair territory were ground-rule doubles. Lyman Lamb hit 100 two-baggers in 1924. The site is currently a commercial Indian artifacts center.
Used by: Tulsa Oilers
Following are the minor league baseball teams known to have played at McNulty Park:
|1929||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||95||66||145,000||1,801||Roster||Stats|
|1928||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||96||69||48,000||582||Roster||Stats|
|1927||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||101||53||140,000||1,818||Roster||Stats|
|1926||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||86||78||130,000||1,585||Roster||Stats|
|1925||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||75||91||130,000||1,566||Roster||Stats|
|1924||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||98||69||135,000||1,617||Roster||Stats|
|1923||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||101||67||144,228||1,717||Roster||Stats|
|1922||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||103||64||135,000||1,617||Roster||Stats|
|1921||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||65||103||104,975||1,250||Roster||Stats|
|1920||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||92||61||110,000||1,438||Roster||Stats|
|1919||Tulsa Oilers||Western League||77||63||100,000||1,429||Roster||Stats|
Attendance listed indicates the total home attendance for the team even if it played in multiple home ballparks or additional cities in the same year.
Average attendance is based on half the team's total games being played at home.