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Pittsburgh Pirates: 10 Things You May Not Know About PNC Park
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PNC Park opened on March 31, 2001. The first game was played on April 9, 2001, against the Cincinnati Reds.

The park was built for over $200 million and is located on Pittsburgh's North Shore. The stadium is the Pittsburgh Pirates' fifth home including classic Forbes Field and Three Rivers Stadium.

The Pirates are privileged to play on one of baseball's finest ballparks. The natural grass surface and unique structural features provide an excellent game experience for Pirate faithful.

Fans need to know about their beloved stadium. Die-hard fans may already know everything there is to know.

Here are 10 things you may not know about PNC Park.

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