PNC Park

The PNC Park
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Coming soon!

PNC Park is located on the shore of the Allegheny River and offers an impressive view of downtown Pittsburgh. One of the park's defining features -- although not technically inside the park -- is the Roberto Clemente Bridge. Named after the team's late slugger, the bridge is bright yellow and impossible to miss, both from inside the park and as you drive toward it. Many baseball fans list PNC Park among their favorite baseball destinations. Built with limestone and steel to pay tribute to the game's historic parks, PNC Park was built in two years and opened at the start of the 2001 season.

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