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No Major League Baseball? No problem. South Carolina is home to a handful of minor league baseball teams.
Check out the MLB's future All-Stars and MVPs during your trip into South Carolina:
1. MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans are the pride of the coastal city. The Class A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, the Pelicans compete in the Southern Division of the Carolina League, playing home games at TicketReturn.com Field.
The ballpark is only about one mile away from the beach, and steps away from Ripley’s Aquarium, WonderWorks, and Broadway at the Beach.
2. CHARLESTON RIVERDOGS
Over in Charleston, the Charleston RiverDogs swing for the fences and strikeout the competition as members of the South Atlantic League.
The Single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, the Riverdogs play home games at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park. The ballpark is scenically set alongside the Ashley River and adjacent to Brittlebank Park.
3. COLUMBIA FIREFLIES
In Columbia, the Columbia Fireflies highlight a long list of fun things to do in the capital city.
Like the Pelicans and RiverDogs, the Fireflies are Class affiliates of the New York Mets and play in the South Atlantic League.
Unlike the Pelicans and RiverDogs, their home ballpark, Sprit Communications Park, is state-of-the-art, and has some unique features.
4. GREENVILLE DRIVE
Staying in the South Atlantic League, the Greenville Drive, farm club to the Boston Red Sox, play their home games at Fluor Field at the West End in downtown Greenville.
Red Sox fans should definitely check it out – on top of possibly watching the next Boston baseball great; the field is designed to match the specs of Fenway Park, “Green Monster” and all.