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Swing for the Fences at these Local Ballparks

BaseballMajor league baseball teams have begun celebrating open day. If you can’t make it to the big games, then head to one of our community’s local ballparks. We’re lucky to have a number of local teams to choose from, and each ballpark has something special to offer.

Charleston RiverDogs

Going to a RiverDogs game at Riley Stadium is a must do for your next visit to Charleston. The park hosts Dog Days, Live and Local on Tuesdays, Way Back Wednesdays and Thirsty Thursdays. The stadium will also host a variety of other theme nights like Star Wars Night, Military Day and One Hit Wonders.

Columbia Fireflies

Spirit Communications Park has become a staple for summer fun in the Midlands. Whether you’re going to get a photo with Mason, to taste the elevated ballpark menu or to relax on the berm with a craft brew, the Fireflies are the perfect entertainment.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans

The event list for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans is sure to please any baseball fan. From Bark at the Park to Kids Run the Bases and post-game fireworks, this family-friendly ballpark will be a welcome relief after a long workday.

Greenville Drive

The 2017 South Atlantic League champions will take to Fluor Field to defend their title beginning April 12. Check out their Promotions page for upcoming events.

Charlotte Knights

Enjoy a night of baseball in the city with a visit to see the Charlotte Knights play. Hang out with Homer the Dragon while you participate in promotional nights like $1 hot dogs, Kids Run the Bases and Carolina BBQ Battle Royale.

Lexington County Blowfish

Part of the summer collegiate baseball franchise, the Lexington Blowfish bring the best of college baseball to Lexington, SC. Named for Hootie and the Blowfish, this team is a great family-friendly outing for residents of the Midlands.

Wilmington Sharks

Take a bite out of summer with the Wilmington Sharks, part of the summer collegiate baseball franchise. Enjoy Friday night fireworks, Thirsty Thursdays and more.

Savannah Bananas

After the Sand Gnats moved from Savannah, the Savannah Bananas stepped in to take over the city’s baseball fever. With a 4,000-seat stadium and plenty of entertainment (not to mention great baseball), there’s something for everyone to enjoy at this ballpark.