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PNC Park

Home of the National League's Pittsburgh Pirates since 2001, PNC Park is a baseball-only facility located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Situated adjacent to the Allegheny River, most of PNC's seats offer a view of downtown Pittsburgh across the river.  The park is built near the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, which merge to form the Ohio River.  The stadium stands next to the Sixth Street Bridge (renamed the Roberto Clemente Bridge), which offers locals access to the downtown Pittsburgh area.   

 

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PNC Park

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Current MLB Park, Negro League, Negro Leagues, PNC Park, Pittsburgh Pirates, Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell

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