Having attended hundreds of games at dozens of ballparks across the nation, Skip Keaton is a bit of a baseball stadium expert. He puts the Myrtle Beach Pelicans’ minor league
In 20 seasons of Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball, more than 1,000 players have suited up for the Advanced Class A minor league franchise. Only 175 have made it to “the show,” and just one man has seen them all in action.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans are celebrating their 20th season on the Grand Strand, and the minor league baseball franchise is planning to spread the birthday presents around to the fans that have supported the team through the years.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans open the season on Thursday to a sold out crowd. The Frederick Keys won 6-2. But, there’s home games scheduled through Wednesday, April 11. TicketReturn.Com Field at Pelicans Ballpark is located off 21st Avenue North and Grissom Parkway in Myrtle Beach. Friday's con…
There was a time not so long that students who wanted to play high school lacrosse in Horry County were required to suit up for the Socastee Braves. Just over a decade later, four more Horry County Schools have added lacrosse programs (both boys and girls, varsity and JV) and the number of s…
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans have already earned a playoff berth courtesy of their first half Southern Division victory, but the second half hasn’t seen the winning consistency that manager Buddy Bailey would like to see heading into the postseason. With just over two weeks to play in the regul…
Saturday night was a celebration of the life of Terry Evans at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Evans was a longtime racer at the track who tragically lost his life after being involved in an accident on his way home from a day of practice at the track.
The baseball season is a long journey in which anything can happen, and perhaps no team in Minor League Baseball is understanding that more than the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.
When the Myrtle Beach Pelicans added pitcher Michael Rucker in May, it was difficult to make a projection as to where the former Brigham Young standout would fit in. Now, several months into his stint with the team, Rucker is taking his experience from the college level and finding himself c…
A familiar face returned to the Grand Strand this month as former Coastal Carolina pitcher Mike Morrison pitched against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans in a four-game series for his new team, the Winston-Salem Dash.
Myrtle Beach Pelicans pitcher Justin Steele just turned 22 this week. But if you have a conversation about baseball with the Cubs prospect, you’ll emerge from the talk thinking he’s been around the game for decades.
There’s been plenty of action surrounding the Myrtle Beach Pelicans as of late, both on the field in Myrtle Beach and around baseball.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans impressed during the first half of Carolina League play, and six players were honored as major contributors of that success at the League’s All-Star game on Tuesday night.
While the Myrtle Beach Pelicans offense has been quiet to start the 2017 season, the team’s pitching has been a driving force in the early-season success.
From beach volleyball, to weightlifting to surfing, there was something for everyone to participate in or enjoy watching this weekend during the fifth annual Native Sons Salt Games.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans are over a third of the way through with their season, one that marks the third year affiliated with the Chicago Cubs organization.
Myrtle Beach Pelicans assistant coach Ty Wright is leading an auction next week, looking to provide assistance to the Van Zandt County Tornado Relief Fund.
The most underlooked aspect of Minor League Baseball might just be the lifestyle that is lived both on and off the field for the players and managers navigating the lengthy season.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans became an affiliate of the Chicago Cubs in 2015, and ever since, fans along the Grand Strand have been treated to plenty of excellent pitching performances. Chicago’s stacked system has featured elite talent for several years now, and 2017’s group is no exception.
As the Myrtle Beach Pelicans begin their season throughout the month of April, infielder Trent Giambrone might qualify as the richest player on the roster in terms of baseball experience.
Two former football players sued the defunct Myrtle Beach Freedom indoor football team and American Indoor Football League this month because they suffered career-ending knee injuries while playing at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, according to court records.
Another year, another championship for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. In their second season as an affiliate with the Chicago Cubs, the Pelicans captured their second consecutive Mills Cup Championship with a win against the Lynchburg Hillcats last week.
Courtesy of an impressive second-half winning stretch, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans are heading back to the Carolina League playoffs. The Birds enter the postseason for the sixth-consecutive year after clinching a berth last week in an extra-innings win.
Plenty of changes have taken place within the Myrtle Beach Pelicans locker room over the course of the summer, but the resiliency to win a second-consecutive Mills Cup Championship remains front and center.
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans might be in a tight battle for first place in the Carolina League, but the team’s look throughout the remainder of the 2016 season will look vastly different.
Thus far in 2016, Myrtle Beach Pelicans third baseman Jason Vosler is quickly making a name for himself as one of the most exciting young prospects in the Chicago Cubs organization.