TULSA - Tulsa's minor league baseball team won an impressive award Thursday as the Texas League named the Drillers their Organization of the Year for 2013.
The award, given annually to recognize the league's most successful club, was announced by Texas League president Tom Kayser Thursday.
The Drillers managed to sellout 14 of their 69 games at ONEOK Field despite turning in a sub-.500 season at 68-70. The team's total attendance of 401,364 was the second highest in Tulsa baseball history and ranked fifth among 29 other Double-A teams, according to milb.com.
Former Green Country product Archie Bradley also took home hardware Thursday.
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The 21-year-old pitcher who was drafted in the first round out of Broken Arrow High School in 2011 was named an organizational All-Star for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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Bradley, who played the majority of his games in Mobile, Ala. this season, received the title of "Best Right-Handed Starting Pitcher" for the club after posting a 14-5 record with a 1.84 ERA in 26 appearances.