Pelicans Host Youth Baseball Camps

Pelicans Host Youth Baseball Camps

The first 2001 All-Star Baseball Camp took place on July 11-13. The second will follow on August 1st.

Coastal Federal Field played home to some young players on July 11 – 13. The Myrtle Beach Pelicans players and coaches helped teach the kids the ropes of baseball. The local law firm of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough is sponsoring the 2001 All-Star Baseball Camps with the team.

Children ages 8 – 13 attended the three-day camp which ran from 9:00am to noon each day. Each participant received personal professional instruction, lunch, a reserved ticket to the Pelicans games during the camp, a T-shirt, water bottle and a chance to get autographs from the Pelicans players and coaches. Awards were presented for hitting, running, throwing and sportsmanship.

A one-day camp will be held on August 1; cost is only $25. Registration is available online on the Pelicans website.

Participants received personal instruction from Pelicans coaches & players.

The Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Law Firm sponsored the event.

Campers learned the art of pitching & throwing.

Campers also worked hard to stay in shape.

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