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Pittsburgh Pirates: Three Rivers Stadium 1970 - 2000

Easily temp wise, the hottest game I've ever attended. I saw 3 people being carried out on stretchers from heat exhaustion. who cares.

Forbes Field

Forbes Field : The First Baseball Stadium in the U. - 1909 In 1909 the first baseball stadium, Forbes Field, was built in Pittsburgh

Heinz Field - Pittsburgh (Steelers) Pennsylvania The marker indicates where Three Rivers Stadium (their former home) once stood for 31 seasons.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS~Heinz Field - Pittsburgh (Steelers) Pennsylvania The marker indicates where Three Rivers Stadium (their former home) once stood for 31 seasons.

Three Rivers Stadium Pittsburgh got in on the late sixties/early seventies act of building multipurpose sports facilities and ours was called Three Rivers Stadium. It was a -crappy- ashtray of a stadium, but I love it dearly. Some of the happiest memories of my early life happened at TRS. In its last year, I was a tour guide at the ballpark/football stadium and magic filled all 60,600 seats.

Three Rivers Stadium Pittsburgh got in on the late sixties/early seventies act of building multipurpose sports facilities and ours was called Three Rivers Stadium.I also attended many games at Three Rivers Stadium.

Three Rivers Stadium

Three Rivers Stadium - where the Steelers and the baseball Pirates played and won AFC Championships and World Series respectively.

Three River's Stadium for baseball

Three Rivers Stadium - history, photos and more of the Pittsburgh Pirates former ballpark

Forbes Field Baseball Stadium Pittsburgh 1909 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Forbes Field Baseball Stadium Pittsburgh 1909 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

“Forbes Field in Classic steel and concrete ballpark, built by Barney Dreyfuss to house Pittsburgh Pirates LoC.

PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, with a view of the Allegheny River and Roberto Clemente Bridge

PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, with a view of the Allegheny River, a riverboat, and Roberto Clemente Bridge

Three Rivers Stadium during construction, with sign for US Steel American Bridge Company, August 1969

Three Rivers Stadium during construction, with sign for US Steel American Bridge Company, August 1969

Milwaukee County Stadium, where the Brewers played from 1970 through 2000. In March 1974, a friend and I snuck into the stadium, ran across home plate, stood on the pitcher's mound, walked around the infield, and also made our way onto the stadium roof.

Milwaukee County Stadium Milwaukee, Wisconsin Former home of the Milwaukee Brewers (MLB)