Andy Milovich

Andy Milovich

Member Since: 2015

Member Bio

Andy recently completed his 27th season in Minor League Baseball.  After an 18 year run with Palisades Baseball, the 2017 season will be his 6th with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.

Milovich joined Palisades Baseball in a full-time capacity for the Erie SeaWolves inaugural season in 1995 after internship stints in the Midwest League, Pacific Coast League and Arizona Fall League.  Following two record attendance setting seasons in brand new Jerry Uht Park in Erie in 1995 and 1996, he was elevated to General Manager in the fall of 1996.

A record setting 1997 season with over 203,000 fans through the turnstiles led to The Sporting News Executive of the Year Award for Milovich and an Eastern League Expansion Franchise for Erie.  Andy relocated the New York-Penn League franchise to Niles, Ohio, while launching the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, Class A Affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, for Palisades in 1999.  Milovich enjoyed his 3rd and final new stadium launch with Palisades with the development of Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, West Virginia, in 2005.

The winner of several League Executive of the Year Awards, Milovich has developed a reputation for building franchises with cutting edge promotions and a fully-integrated community first approach.  The 2015 Myrtle Beach Pelicans won Baseball America’s Bob Freitas Award as the top franchise in Single A Baseball.

Andy resides in Myrtle Beach with his wife, Cher, and daughters, Addison Eileen and Dylan Stone. The South Bend, Indiana, native graduated from Valparaiso University, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in both business administration and sports management. He was a four-year member of the men’s baseball team.  He received a Masters in Education/Sports Management from the University of Georgia in 1993.

Andy resides in Myrtle Beach with his wife Cher and daughters Addison, Eileen, and Dylan Stone. The South Bend, Indiana native graduated from Valparaiso University where he obtained a B.S. in both Business Administration and Sports Management. He was a four-year member the Men’s Baseball Team.