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Minor league baseball team will host Curtis Pride, wear sign language jerseys for Deaf Awareness Night

By Pete Blackburn

Myrtle Beach PelicansThe Myrtle Beach Pelicans will be holding Deaf Awareness Night at the ballpark next month, and former MLB outfielder Curtis Pride will be helping out with the festivities.

The Pelicans -- Class A-Advanced affiliate of the Chicago Cubs -- will hold the night on Sunday, Aug. 19 as they take on the Buies Creek Astros. The team will wear special sign American Sign Language jerseys for that day's game, with the uniforms being raffled off for members of the deaf community. A select number of team-signed jerseys will also be auctioned off, with the proceeds benefiting the deaf community.

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Source: CBS Sports

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