- One ticket to see a Pittsburgh Pirates game
- Where: PNC Park
- Door time: 90 minutes before first pitch
- Tickets are available for games against four different opponents
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Games and Extras
- Game options feature four different opponents, including the Minnesota Twins on May 20 and the New York Mets on May 22 and 24
- A batting practice experience with hat is available with the Lower Outfield Box seating option on May 20, June 10, and June 15
- Click here for a full list of pricing and seating options, as well as more information about the batting-practice experience.
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The Scouting Report
The Pirates made history in 2013 when they earned a postseason berth for the first time in 20 years. Instead of waiting another two decades for their next playoff appearance, the Bucs went ahead and advanced to October for a second-straight year in 2014, falling short to the eventual World Series champions. So far this season, the Pirates look like contenders yet again behind a pitching staff that posted the second-lowest ERA in baseball during April. The team’s hurlers will be key in defending PNC Park against adversaries in the coming weeks, including the Minnesota Twins on May 20, the New York Mets on May 22 and 24, and any treasure hunters trying to dig up the gold buried beneath home plate.
In the Pittsburgh Alleghenies' first National League game in 1887, the rag-tag squad amassed six runs against the mighty Chicago White Stockings, establishing the team as a force to be reckoned with for decades to come. Today, through more than 130 years, five World Series titles, and four previous stadiums, the Alleghenies—now the Pirates—make their home at PNC Park, where pop flies soar amid views of the Clemente Bridge and Steel City skyline sprawling in the background. Located only 443 feet away—or, by official MLB measurements, 807.3 half-eaten hot dogs—the Allegheny River waits for home runs to splash down after sailing over the right-field wall, which stands at 21 feet high in honor of legendary Pirate Roberto Clemente. Off the field, the stone archways lining the entry-level façade tip their cap to the club's former longtime home, Forbes Field, and an outdoor terrace and riverwalk cool down fans enjoying the game on warm summer nights.