Pelicans' Chairman & Managing Partner Chuck Greenberg has begun an extensive industry-wide search for the club's new General Manager and an announcement is expected before Christmas.
"We are proud of Scotty's accomplishments during his three seasons leading the Pelicans and support him as he leaves the team for a once-in-a-lifetime Triple-A opportunity in a beautiful new downtown ballpark in Charlotte," said Greenberg.
"It's a feather in our cap to have had someone as talented and well-respected in our industry leading the franchise.
Likewise, it speaks volumes about the Pelicans' reputation throughout the professional baseball community as a fun, creative, fan-friendly brand operating in an exciting and vibrant market likeMyrtle Beach."
added, "Thanks to Scotty's hard work and connectivity with the fans and the local business community, we are well-positioned to continue to enhance our brand of fun, affordable family entertainment, both at the ballpark and throughout the Grand Strand.
"My time in Myrtle Beach
was very rewarding for me and my family, and I'm thankful for the opportunity Chuck
and our ownership group provided me to lead one of the model franchises in Minor League Baseball in such a wonderful setting as Myrtle Beach
," said Brown, whose baseball career can be traced back to his teenage years, when he worked for his father Robert W. Brown as a press box assistant for the Baltimore Orioles.