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Myrtle Beach Pelicans
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans is a name of another minor league baseball team, being present in the town of Myrtle Beach of South Carolina.
They have a Class ?A' team status and the franchise has been a farm team of the Atlanta Braves since 1980. The Pelicans normally play home games at BB&T Coastal Field. It was opened in 1999 and there is a seating arrangement of almost 6,000 fans.
The franchise had a name of Durham Bulls in the past. It was changed in the year of 1997, as a result of the expansion of the AAA International League into Durham and the possession of the Bulls name by the new franchise.
It had passed the year of 1998 season in Danville of Virginia and then moved to Myrtle Beach as their new stadium. The team advanced to the 1999 Carolina League Mills Cup Championship series in the year of 1999.
The Pelicans are used to play their home games at BB&T Coastal Field, which has a Speed Pitch, Obstacle Course, and Moon Bounce on the concourse. The Capitol Broadcasting Company announced its plans to sell the Pelicans in the year of 2006.
The Pelicans set a team record as they drew 11,000 fans on June 16-17 2007. They are the only Braves affiliate without the name Braves, as well as the only Braves affiliate not owned by their Major League Baseball counterpart.
Myrtle Beach had developed a new stadium for the team in the year of 1998 The Pelicans had made their debut in 1999 and with the team as green as the grass that they were playing on. It was the very new team in the historic Carolina League, which had emerged on the scene and had a quite stunning start.
The year of 2005, started as a perfect season for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, at least through the first six innings. On the opening day, pitcher Chuck James had given a hope to the fans for a great season by tossing six perfect innings to lift the lid on the seventh season of Pelicans baseball on the Grand Strand.
The Pelicans started the game with the great momentum, but could not keep the spirit till the end of the game. There was a great change in the season of 2006, as it happened only 10 days before the matches, that the Capitol Broadcasting Company announced an agreement to sell the Pelicans to Myrtle Beach Pelicans LP.
So the 2007 season was not proved to be as great as the team hoped for. The Pelicans had finished at the bottom of the Carolina League Southern Division at 59-80 overall.
On the statistical point, the Pelicans averaged 3,144 fans per night- a season total of 215,059 fans stepped inside of BB&T Coastal Field, which is the 4th highest average in the Carolina League. Over 14,000 more fans attended Pelicans games in 2007 compared to 2006.
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