Jerry Adair Baseball Complex
P.O. Box 181
Sand Springs, OK 74063
111 Wellston Park Road
Sand Springs, OK 74063


The ballpark boasts eight lighted fields, concessions, restrooms, bleachers, a playground, picnic tables, and parking. It is also a short walk from the Rotary Super Splash Pad.


The Sand Springs Little League is a member of the United States Specialty Sports Association and can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and the Web.

President: Steve Steelman -
Vice-President: Greg Cordell
Facilities Coordinator: Nate Graham
Treasurer: Heather Steelman
Head Umpire: Alvin Fletcher
Tournament Director: Greg Cordell - 918.691.5312 -


The Jerry Adair Baseball Complex in Case Community Park was named for one of Sand Springs's most famous athletes. Jerry Adair was a star player on the Sand Springs High School baseball, basketball, and football teams. The former quarterback played collegiate baseball and basketball for Oklahoma A&M (Now Oklahoma State University) then played professional baseball from 1958-1971 with the Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals, and Kankyu Braves. He won three World Series as a coach for the Oakland A's from 1972 through 1974. Adair died in 1987 at age 50 after battling liver cancer. He was buried at Woodland Memorial Park in Sand Springs. His glove from the 1964 season is in the MLB Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the Sand Springs Education Foundation Hall of Fame in 1992, and the OSU Baseball Hall of FAme in 2001.