Hurricane evacuation for Myrtle Beach puts the kibosh on final Blue Rocks game at Frawley Stadium


Thanks to Hurricane Dorian, the Carolina League has canceled the Monday, September 2, 2019 regular season finale at Frawley Stadium.

The league action is a direct result of South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster ordering the mandatory evacuation of the state’s coastline, including Horry County (Home of Myrtle Beach) beginning at noon Monday. The players and coaching staff of the Pelicans need to return to Myrtle Beach as soon as possible to gather their belongings and evacuate, a release stated.

The Blue Rocks will begin their quest for their sixth Mills Cup Championship as they travel to Salem to take on the Salem Red Sox, who clinched the Second Half Northern Division title on Wednesday, September 4.

Game Three of the series will be held on Friday, September 6 at Frawley Stadium at 7:05 p.m.

Games Four and Five will be played at Frawley Stadium if necessary. Tickets are available at Fans who purchased tickets for the Monday, September 2 game can exchange them for any playoff game or regular season game up until May 31, 2020.

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