Jeff Brucculeri

 Email      @JeffBSports     RSS Feed
Jeff Brucculeri is a freelance writer and broadcaster. You can contact him at, or follow him on Twitter @JeffBSports.

Try Twitter and you will get hooked


Twitter has been around since 2006, and for years I resisted using a Twitter account – now I’m hooked. In the beginning of Twitter’s existence, it seemed people were using it to let everyone know where they were at that very minute, what they were eating or what they were doing and basically I really […]

Professional Bull Rider tells his stories


Each year when the Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series comes to Tulsa, I am there, and this year was the 11th time the PBR made a stop in Tulsa. Well, this time around I finally had the opportunity to interview PBR entertainer extraordinaire, Flint Rasmussen. Although he wears clown face makeup, don’t confuse […]

Bill Polian, others inducted in HOF


Enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame doesn’t hold the same mystique and aura to me, as being inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. However, I understand the magnitude of the honor and this week salute those that were inducted on Saturday. I suppose the Pro Football Hall of Fame doesn’t excite […]

Tulsa Oilers affiliate with Winnipeg


One week after hiring a new head coach, the Tulsa Oilers announced an affiliation agreement with the Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League. This is the first time since the 2010-11 season that the Oilers will have a direct affiliation with an NHL team. That season, the Oilers were affiliated with the Colorado Avalanche […]

Baseball Hall of Fame is like a walk through our history


While growing up in Western New York, I had the opportunity to make the baseball fan pilgrimage to Cooperstown, New York, many times and to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame. However, I never had the chance to be there during Hall of Fame induction weekend, when the little town in Eastern New York […]

At age 87, Tommy LaSorda still loves his LA Dodgers


Tommy Lasorda, the Los Angeles Dodgers longtime employee and Hall of Fame manager, was in town last week visiting the Tulsa Drillers and visiting with fans. Over a three-day period, Lasorda did two autograph sessions, a Q&A with the local media, spoke to the Drillers players and watched three ball games at ONEOK Field. The […]

Minor league personality in Kannapolis, North Carolina


This was not my first trip to Kannapolis, North Carolina, nor was it my first time to watch their minor league baseball team, the Intimidators, play. It was, however, my first time to meet and watch self-proclaimed cheerleader, the “Uh-huh Guy” perform. His name is Paul Buchanan and he’s a 66-year-old retired school teacher and […]

Shock must adjust after losing their best player to injury


It’s never easy when your leading scorer goes out with a season ending injury, and for the Tulsa Shock, they will certainly be struggling for wins without Skylar Diggins in the lineup. Tulsa’s star point-guard will miss the remainder of the 2015 WNBA season with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). She will undergo […]

Roughnecks fall to Sacramento


Local sports fans had plenty to do this past weekend as both the Tulsa Roughnecks and the Tulsa Shock had a pair of home games. For the first time in four weeks, the Tulsa Roughnecks FC played a home match at ONEOK Field Thursday night, but unfortunately the team came up short in front of […]

Jordan Spieth wins a difficult U.S. Open


If you watched the U.S. Open golf championship, you may have thought you were watching the British Open. However, don’t be fooled – the Chambers Bay course is really in the state of Washington. Jordan Spieth won the U.S. Open with an overall score of 5-under par and he becomes only the sixth golfer to […]