PNC Park replaced Three River Stadium as the home of the Pirates in 2001. The park recognizes Pittsburgh history well without going overboard and is a good place to watch a game.
The Stadium holds 38,000-plus people. It is intimate and seems very accommodating for people in the stands. Most of the spectators sit in normal seats, although the two-level bleachers in left field are metal benches. The bleachers in left are behind a very short outfield wall, offering great views for the outfield. The right field seats are above a manual out-of-town scoreboard, a novelty quickly losing its luster in these new stadiums. There are a number of areas that I presume can be used for standing spectators, for...Read More