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TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark

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Home to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Class A-Advanced affiliate for the Chicago Cubs, the TicketReturn.com Field was built in 1998 and brought baseball back to Myrtle Beach. Locals and summer visitors affectionately dubbed the park Myrtle Beach's "Field of Dreams" and year after year fans flock to the park to watch America's pastime.

Part of the historic Carolina League, which dates back to 1945, the Pelicans have won the league championship three times, most recently in 2015. Over the years, the team has sent more than 120 players to the major leagues.

The 4,800-seat ball park hosts Pelican home games from April through September, with daily promotional specials like $1 beers, buy one get one free hot dogs and pre-game catch with players.

Single game tickets start at $9 and full- and partial-season memberships are also available. Locals and military members are eligible for discounts. Groups of 10 or more can receive a discount on tickets and those looking for a deluxe experience can splurge on one of the nine luxury suites in the park. The ballpark also offers the unique Pelicans Beach area within the park. Along the third base line next to the visiting team's bullpen, this exclusive area is a manmade beach where guests can put their toes in the sand while watching the game.

The ballpark is located across the street from the Broadway at the Beach complex on 21st Avenue North. For more information on game days and to purchase tickets, check out its website

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