Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball
Baseball is better at the beach with The Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Myrtle Beach's very own minor league baseball team, and no spring or summer beach trip is complete without catching a game.
With so much to do in Myrtle Beach it is not always easy to decide where to take the family on your nights out. One of the most fun, family friendly things to do is taking in a Pelicans baseball game. This Myrtle Beach attraction has something for everyone in the family no matter what the age. Baseball is America's past time and win or lose, the team and the ballpark put on quite a show game after game.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans play at TicketReturn.com Field, located in the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach near Broadway at the Beach. Whether you are staying in Surfside Beach, Myrtle Beach, or Little River, it's not hard to reach TicketReturn.com Field.
This year the Pelicans' season kicks off just in time for spring break. Home games start at 7:05 PM Monday through Saturday. Most Sunday games start at 6:05 PM with afternoon games at 3:05 PM.
Catching a Pelicans game is not only one of the most fun things you can do while you're on vacation in Myrtle Beach, it's also inexpensive. Ticket prices range from $8-$13 depending on the time of year and the Pelicans are constantly offering promotions and giveaways as extra incentive for fans to fill up the park.
On any given night fans could receive a player bobblehead, see a professional fireworks display or celebrity appearances. Between innings they often have fun contests and games for kids to participate in. The Pelicans staff certainly know how to put on a show and keep the fans entertained even in short intermissions.
Whether you are a die-hard baseball fan, or just want to catch a good game in great weather, there is absolutely no doubt you'll have a good time at a Myrtle Beach Pelicans game. While out and about in Myrtle Beach, keep an eye out for take-home Pelicans schedules, so you'll never miss a game. Pelicans games are so much fun, you may decide to make it a tradition to come back every year to see them play.