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  PNC Park - Ballparkonline.com is your guide to PNC Park.
PNC Park, which opened in 2001, was designed by Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum and is home to Major League Baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates.
PNC Park is located along the shores of the Allegheny River and provides onlookers with scenic views of the quiet waters and the downtown skyline.
PNC Park is immediately recognizable as a ballpark with masonry archways along the entry façade and charming decorative touches that all baseball fans will take note of instantly.
www.ballparkonline.com /mlb/pnc_park.html   (423 words)

  
  PNC Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PNC Park is home to the Pirates, Pittsburgh's Major League Baseball team, and is named after PNC Bank, which bought the naming rights.
PNC Park was the smallest of the new MLB stadiums to be built in recent years.
PNC Park also has the smallest capacity of any stadium in Major League Baseball, only a few thousand seats smaller than Wrigley Field of the National League and a few hundred seats smaller than Fenway Park of the American League.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PNC_Park   (378 words)

  
 PNC Park
PNC Park is located at 115 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212, and plays home to the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League Central.
PNC Park opened in the beginning of the 2001 season and can facilitate more than 38,000 people.
PNC Park was the first ballpark with a two-deck design to be built in the United States since Milwaukee's County Stadium was completed in 1953.
www.probaseballvenues.com /pnc_park.htm   (209 words)

  
 The Official Site of The Pittsburgh Pirates: Ballpark: PNC Park Overview
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.
PNC Park is the first ballpark with a two-deck design to be built in the United States since Milwaukee's County Stadium was completed in 1953.
PNC Park is the fifth home of the Pittsburgh Pirates since their inception in 1887.
pittsburgh.pirates.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/pit/ballpark/index.jsp   (794 words)

  
 PNC Bank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PNC Bank is the flagship subsidiary of the PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Originally known as Pittsburgh National Bank and Provident National Bank based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PNC Bank[1] offers consumer and corporate services in nearly 800 branches in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Virginia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
In June 2003, PNC Bank agreed to pay $115 million to settle federal securities fraud charges after one of its subsidiaries fraudulently transferred $762 million in bad loans and other venture-capital investments to hide them from investors.
In March 2006, PNC Bank was forced to reissue hundreds of debit cards to customers when their account information was compromised.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PNC_Bank   (354 words)

  
 PNC PARK: The political struggle over financing PNC Park went into extra innings
Those involved in cutting the deal to finance PNC Park and the new Steelers stadium went on a wild ride.
The announcement that the new park would be named after a bank was booed at a Pirates game; some suggested it ought to be named Jammed Down The Taxpayers Throat Park.
PNC Park was built without serious injury to workers, which included everything from scuba divers working on the river wall to ironworkers installing the highest beams.
www.post-gazette.com /pirates/20010415pncbuildtext9.asp   (1228 words)

  
 PNC Park - Live Show May 5, 2001 (Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Colorado Rockies)
Despite the fact that PNC Park was already mostly completed in a different location, the not-yet-paid-for Three Rivers was destroyed to make way for a SECOND new stadium, for the ever-popular Pittsburgh Steelers.
PNC Park is small, with a left-field fence of only 325 feet.
PNC Park works well--its architecture is a definite strike against the ugly brutalism that Three Rivers Stadium was, designed for the enjoyment of a baseball game.
www.fakejazz.com /reviews/2001/pncpark.shtml   (1237 words)

  
 Project Profiles: PNC Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
With the construction of PNC Park, Pittsburgh has successfully borrowed the charm and style of the bygone era that was Forbes and married that with all the luxuries and comforts of the 21st Century stadium.
PNC Park has been inspired by the look of the city’s nearby bridges and civic buildings, bringing together an attractive mix of sweeping stone arches and vertical steel towers.
While PNC Park is receiving raves for its design and construction, the playing surface has been met with overwhelming approval as well.
www.hunterindustries.com /Resources/Project_Profiles/pnc_park.html   (715 words)

  
 PNC Park: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Pnc bank is the flagship subsidiary of pnc financial services....
PNC Park was the smallest of the new major league baseball stadiums to be built in recent years.
PNC Park is just up the Allegheny River from the sites of two of the Pirates' previous ballparks, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/pn/pnc_park2.htm   (1042 words)

  
 MLB Road Trip 2001 - PNC Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
That is the first thing that has to be said about PNC Park, one of the two new parks to open in the 2001 season.
PNC Park is located on the north shore, with the front of the park lying along General Robinson St. At the home plate gate lies the Home Plate Rotunda, which is a continuous ramp from street level up to each seating level, adorned with the actual newspaper headlines describing the best moments from Pirate History.
The view of PNC park as you cross the river is inspiring.
www.mlbroadtrip.com /english/cities/major/nlc/pittsburghparke.htm   (683 words)

  
 PNC Park
When you are running the most beautiful baseball park in the world, you not only have a responsibility to the teams and fans that frequent the park, but also to the city that plays host to that park and to baseball fans throughout the world.
Opened in the spring of 2001, PNC Park is a classic-style ballpark that grandly fits within the bustle and boom of a progressive and changing city.
PNC Park is more than just another ballpark, and it is far more than just another job to those who feel privileged to work there.
www.chiefengineer.org /content/content_display.cfm/seqnumber_content/1532.htm   (1487 words)

  
 Ballparks of Baseball-PNC Park-Pittsburgh Pirates
Fans walk to PNC Park from various parking facilities around the ballpark, walk across the Roberto Clemente Bridge from downtown Pittsburgh or even drive their boat to the ballpark.
PNC Park has many amenities that could not be found at Three Rivers Stadium.
The outer promenade at PNC Park is known as the River Walk and gives fans views of the city, the river, and the field.
www.ballparksofbaseball.com /nl/PNCPark.htm   (769 words)

  
 pnc park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
This Park opened in April 2001, as a unique facility that combines the intimacy of an old-time ballpark and all of the modern pnc park amenities that today's baseball fans expect.
PNC Park is the first ballpark with a two-deck design to be built in the United.
PNC is right on one of the rivers and has a beautiful view of Pittsburgh s skyline in right field.
www.bank-vortex.com /pnc+bank/pnc+park.htm   (2311 words)

  
 PNC Park-Pittsburgh, Pa
PNC Park opened in 2001 and is the brand new home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
As you walk around the exterior of the park, which is a nice Limestone, a different look from the standard red brick you see statues of Honus Wagner, which has followed the team around since its Forbes Field days.
The park was built with only 2 decks, so even if you're seated in the upper deck you're not that far from the field.
members.tripod.com /franksballparks/pnc.html   (366 words)

  
 Pittsburgh Pirates - PNC Park
PNC Park serves as the fifth home of the Pittsburgh Pirates since their inception in 1887, the most famous predecessor being Three Rivers Stadium.
Three Rivers was basically a neutral park with symmetrical dimensions; although it boosted extra base hits somewhat, it didn't favor any type of hitter.
PNC Park may end up playing neutral as well - it isn't as pitcher-friendly as Detroit's Comerica Park, and not as hitter-friendly as Houston's Enron Field.
www.baseball-statistics.com /Ballparks/Pitt/index.htm   (1468 words)

  
 PNC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Hyde Park Forum and Speak-Off are sponsored by the PNC Department of Communication.
The concept for the Hyde Park Forum is loosely based on London’s Hyde Park, a public park known as a gathering place for speakers who wish to state their minds on any issue.
Visitors to the Hyde Park Forum are welcome to move from room to room to listen to the student speakers.
www.pnc.edu /cd/news/06hydepark.html   (355 words)

  
 PNC Park Stadium: Pirates Stadium
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PNC Park is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
It was the first permanent facility to be built for a major league baseball team that hosted fewer than 40,000 since Milwaukee County Stadium, which was later expanded.
PNC Park is also has the smallest capacity of any stadium in the National League, only slightly smaller than Wrigley Field (Fenway Park is a few thousand seats smaller).
www.baseballballparks.com /pirates/index.php   (310 words)

  
 Clem's Baseball ~ PNC Park
PNC Park has the lowest seating capacity of any of the neoclassical stadiums, which is quite appropriate for a medium-size city such as Pittsburgh.
The only other post-1990 stadium with only two main decks is Comerica Park, which has TWO skybox levels, one more than at PNC Park.
Foul territory at PNC Park is almost as confined as at Wrigley Field or Fenway Park, affording great close-up views for fans.
www.andrewclem.com /Baseball/PNCPark.html   (683 words)

  
 Glitches minor as PNC Park draws rave reviews in debut
PNC Park's shakedown cruise wasn't perfect, Pirates officials allowed, but all in all, it was pretty darn good.
PNC Park, which offers views of the Downtown skyline and riverfront, is "breathtaking," said green-jacketed usher Jim McCreaner, who'd worked for 30 years at Three Rivers Stadium.
City officials have urged fans to park Downtown or in fringe areas like Station Square or the Strip, because the number of non-reserved spaces around PNC Park is limited.
www.post-gazette.com /regionstate/20010401pncparkreg2.asp   (1796 words)

  
 BallparkTour.com - PNC Park
From the start, PNC Park dazzled fans and critics alike with its neo-classic style, fan and player amenities and intimacy (38,365 seats and only two decks).
Another unique aspect of PNC Park is provided by its location along the north shore of the Allegheny River.
PNC Park is the first Major League ballpark with a two-deck design to be built in the United States since Milwaukee's County Stadium was completed in 1953.
www.ballparktour.com /PNC_Park.html   (972 words)

  
 PNC Park - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Built right next to the location of the former stadium, PNC Park provides a spectacular view of the city skyline as well as the Roberto Clemente bridge (which is yellow in color).
The exterior of the park is a sandy light brown in color, which is a refreshing change from all the red brick parks that have been built of late.
Hopefully more teams will look at PNC Park as a model of how to build a new park, especially since the price tag for it was so low (somewhere in the $200 million range).
www.ballparkreviews.com /pburgh/pnc.htm   (365 words)

  
 PNC Park
PNC Park, the new home of the Pittsburgh Pirates opened in spring 2001.
PNC Park has just over 38,000 seats, making it the most intimate of any of the newly constructed parks.
PNC Park also houses retail areas along the Federal Street and General Robinson Street corridor and the Pirates, administrative and ticket offices.
www.fortunecity.com /athena/thatcher/2042/PNC.htm   (447 words)

  
 PNC Park : Schedule & Tickets available online
To place an order over the telephone you can reach one of our knowledgable and friendly customer service representatives, toll free at 800-Stage90 (800-782-4390), who are standing by to assist you with your PNC Park tickets purchase.
The PNC Park is a great venue to catch a live event.
If you want to buy PNC Park tickets from the venue or organization box offices or their official distribution outlets, please inquire directly with the venues or organizations themselves.
www.cheappremiumtickets.com /Venues/PNC_Park.cfm   (420 words)

  
 PNC Park
PNC Park takes the best features of the new "retro" style of parks and improves on them.
But this park is much more than a slightly improved copy of other new parks.
Parking downtown and walking across the bridge to the game adds to the atmosphere of going to a game.
www.small-parks.com /pit.htm   (508 words)

  
 PNC Park Information from Ticket Solutions
PNC Park is the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
PNC Park was the smallest of the new MLB stadiums to be built in recent years with fewer than 40,000.
PNC Park has the smallest capacity of any stadium in Major League Baseball including 2,800 club seats, 69 luxury suites, and four party suites.
www.tickets4u.com /info-pncpark.asp   (812 words)

  
 Career Opener Pnc Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Pittsburgh Career Opener Pnc Park loses a family member; Pirates lose PNC Park opener to Reds...
PNC Park Career Opener Pnc Park opens on a sad day By Alan Robinson, The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — A...
Must be a lot of people who couldn't get tickets for the PNC Park Career Opener Pnc Park opener.
www.wine-finese.com /Opener3/Career-Opener-Pnc-Park.html   (653 words)

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