Pirates Fast Facts
- League and Division
- National League, Central Division
- General Manager
- Neal Huntington
- Clint Hurdle
- Home Stadium
- PNC Park
- Stadium Capacity
Pittsburgh Pirates Schedule
Established in 1887 and known as the Alleghenys until 1890, the Pittsburgh Pirates are one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball! The Buccos boast a rich history that few can rival -- a history that includes nine National League pennants and five World Series titles!
The Pirates have had some of the best players in baseball history don the black and gold! Willie Stargell, Ralph Kiner, Honus Wagner and Roberto Clemente were all Pirates -- and they're all-time greats!
Don't miss your chance to see the next great Pirates team! Check out the Pirates schedule, find your seats at the gorgeous PNC Park, and get your Pirates tickets today!
About PNC Park
PNC Park opened in 2001, and is one of baseball's best stadiums. Located on 115 Federal Street in Pittsburgh, PNC Park provides a gorgeous view of the Pittsburgh skyline beyond the outfield. PNC Park's capacity is 38,362, making it one of the more intimate stadiums today. PNC Park hosted the MLB All-Star Game in 2006, and has hosted just three playoff games since its inception -- all in 2013. Aside from baseball, PNC Park hosted Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, The Rolling Stones and Dave Matthews Band!