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PNC Park

PNC Park, which opened in spring 2001, is a classic-style ballpark, an intimate facility that embraces the progressiveness of Pittsburgh while saluting the spirit of early ballpark originals such as Forbes Field, Wrigley Field and Fenway Park.

This riverfront facility combines the best features of yesterday's ballparks - rhythmic archways, steel trusswork and a natural grass playing field - with the latest in fan and player amenities and comfort.

Its prime location along the shore of the Allegheny River and adjacent to Federal Street takes advantage of scenic vistas of the downtown skyline and riverfront, as well as pedestrian and riverboat access, creating an exciting and dramatic urban sports venue. It also provides easy access for pedestrians crossing the Roberto Clemente bridge from downtown, as well as those arriving from the riverwalk.
 

Ballpark Stats
 

At A Glance

Name: PNC Park
Opened: 2001
Type: Open-Air / Natural Grass
Seating: 44,000
Avg. Ticket: $10

Park Effects

RH Batting Average: 100
LH Batting Average: 105
RH Home Run: 100
LH Home Run: 106
Doubles: 110
Triples: 130

Dimensions

LF Line: 325 (6')
Leftfield: 350 (6')
Left-Center: 390 (6')
Centerfield: 399 (10')
Right-Center: 375 (10')
Rightfield: 355 (21')
RF Line: 320 (21')

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