PNC Park

First and Figures

Status: Home of Pittsburgh Pirates

Address: 115 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA

Capacity:  38,365

Cost to construct: $265 Million 

Architect:  HOK Sports; LD Astoroni & Associates 

Owner:  City Of Pittsburgh

Former Naming: N/A 


The Field

Playing Surface: Grass

Defining Feature: Statues of Pirates; Negro League Alley; view of cirt ot night; Clemente Bridge

Dimensions (ft) Initial distance in parenthesis

Left Field: 325

Left Center: 389

Center Field: 399

Right Center: 375

Right Field: 325


Opening Day and Firsts

Opening Date: April 4, 2001

Opponent: Cincinnati Reds

Results:  Reds 8 Pirates 2

Attendance:  36,945

First Hit:  Sean Casey (homerun, Reds)

Winning Pitcher: Chris Reitsma

Losing Pitcher: Todd Richtie


Hosted Events

World Series:  0

All Star Games:  2006


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