Are you ready for baseball? MB, CCU hold ticket events

Baseball fans jonesing for their diamond fix can find it this week when the national power Coastal Carolina baseball program and Advanced Class A Myrtle Beach Pelicans’ ticket drives get under way.

The Pelicans will open single-game ticket sales at midnight Thursday and into Friday, when tickets will be available online at MyrtleBeachPelicans.com.  Tickets go on sale at the BB&T Coastal Field box office on Monday, February 13th, at 10am.

To purchase tickets online, follow the ‘Tickets’ link in the top left-hand corner of the Pelicans’ homepage and select ‘Purchase Tickets.’ Single game tickets start as low as $8 for seats on the Budweiser Thirst Inning Deck.  Great seats are also available in the Reserve Box, Grandstrand Reserve and Field Box areas.

“Tickets going on sale is another checkpoint on the way to Opening Day,” said Pelicans General Manager Scott Brown.  “It means baseball is closer to coming back to the beach and you can really start to feel the excitement building.”

Coastal Carolina will hold two “Select-A-Seat” events on Wednesday, Feb. 15 and Thursday, Feb. 16 for any fans who still need to purchase 2012 baseball season tickets. Members of the Athletics Ticket Office and Marketing Department will be on hand to assist any purchasers at Charles Watson Stadium/Vrooman Field from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day.

Lunch and beverages will be provided by Papa John’s. As an added bonus, any faculty and staff members who want to purchase season tickets will be picked up outside the front of their building and golf-carted to-and-from Watson Stadium. To request the valet service to Watson stadium send an email request to ccuathleticmarketing@gmail.com. Please include your building and time you wish to be picked up.

For those fans that will be coming from off campus, several parking spaces directly outside Watson Stadium will be reserved on both days for parking.

“This Select-A-Seat event will give fans the opportunity to come select their seats for the season and have lunch on the Chanticleers all in one hour,” said Athletics Ticket Manager Michael Jacobs. “We have had great response so far and single-game ticket sales for the opening weekend Caravelle Resort Tournament have been brisk from the visiting teams. Purchasing season tickets at these two Select-A-Seat events are the best way to secure seats at all Coastal Carolina games in Watson Stadium.”

Coastal Carolina, ranked 35th nationally in the preseason, will open the 2012 campaign with 23 consecutive home games. The opening weekend Caravelle Resort Tournament will feature CAA champion James Madison, 2011 College World Series semifinalist and ACC champion Virginia and ACC member Boston College. Other teams on CCU’s home schedule that played in an NCAA Regional last season include North Carolina State, Connecticut and Illinois.

Coastal Carolina 2012 baseball season tickets are on sale now. For more information on obtaining your 2012 baseball season tickets, please visit http://www.goccusports.com/tickets/baseball-ticket-info.html or call either 843-347-TIXX (843-347-8499) or toll-free at 877-4-CHANTS (877-424-2687).

For the Pelicans’ 2012 campaign, season tickets, Flex Books and Mini-Plans for the 2012 Pelicans season are on sale now at the team’s BB&T Coastal Field offices or by calling (843) 918-6000.  Season tickets are available for as low as $560 with partial-season plans starting at just $70.  For in-person or phone purchases, normal box office hours are Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm.

The Pelicans open the 2012 season looking to defend their Carolina League First Half South Division title at home against the Wilmington Blue Rocks, Friday, April 6th, at 7:05 pm.

Photo courtesy of MB Pelicans

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