Gleaming twin tower office buildings could be the latest addition to the North Shore landscape, replacing a two-acre parking lot just opposite PNC Park between two Marriott hotels.
It should come as no surprise that Pirates fans flooded PNC Park with their own Hunter Pence signs last night.
Madison Bumgarner pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Brandon Crawford hit the first grand slam by a shortstop in postseason history as the San Francisco Giants routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-0 on Wednesday night in the National League wild-card game.
The Wild Card format boils down to winner moves on, loser goes home and that is putting tickets at a premium for tonight’s game.
With the national spotlight on Pittsburgh tonight, PNC Park has to look its absolute best. Final touches around the stadium began around 8 a.m. Wednesday.
A special live broadcast from PNC Park with plenty to get you hyped up for tonight’s game
The Pirates are gearing up for their Wild Card matchup with the San Francisco Giants tonight. Meanwhile, Pirates’ fans are gearing up for another PNC Park blackout.
Vance Worley is used to his body breaking down at this point in the season.
The Pirates are trying to pull away from the Milwaukee Brewers this weekend for the final Wild Card spot, but some fans are already thinking about the post-season.
Pittsburgh Pirates fans will never forget this night nearly one year ago.
You have one more week to see the Pirates play at home before the post-season, and it couldn’t be a more exciting time as they work to stay in playoff contention.
The Cincinnati Reds likely envisioned themselves in the thick of a pennant race as the calendar turned to September. Yet, they’re five games under .500 after injuries wreaked havoc on one of baseball’s more talented rosters.
Neil Walker hit a three-run homer in the first inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates made it hold up behind starter Vance Worley, beating the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 on Saturday for their fourth straight victory.