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Prices typically range from $3,000 -$5,000 for Pittsburgh Pirates suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in PNC Park. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at PNC Park can vary widely based on the type of event.

Pittsburgh Pirates Spotlight

Depending on how the beginning of the season goes, the Pittsburgh Pirates will approach 2018 as a year to compete or a year to rebuild. Manager Clint Hurdle enters his 8th season as manager of the Pirates.

The Pirates will return much of last year’s team, including outfielders Andrew McCutchen, Starling Marte, and Gregory Polanco. McCutchen has been subject to plenty of trade rumors, but for now he remains the starting center fielder for the Pirates. As for Starling Marte, he missed over half of last season due to injury; when healthy, Marte is one of the top base stealing threats in Major League Baseball. Infielders Josh Bell and Josh Harrison both offer a bit of power and energy to the Pirates lineup as well. At shortstop, Jordy Mercer returns for his final season before he becomes a free agent. The Pirates will be without third baseman Jung Ho Kang, who has been unable to get a work visa after being arrested for driving under the influence in South Korea, his native country.

Pittsburgh no longer has starting pitcher Gerrit Cole, who the team shipped to the Houston Astros in January. Ivan Nova and Jameson Taillon will play prominent roles in the starting rotation in 2018, hoping to guide the Pirates back to the postseason. Felipe Rivero excelled as the Pirates closer ever since Clint Hurdle assigned him the role during the middle of the season. The 26-year old Rivero will enter 2018 as the Opening Day closer for Hurdle and the Pirates.

PNC Park is considered one of the best venues in baseball for its amazing views and world class fan experience. The view from a PNC Park suite can often be found on the MLB official Instagram page, emphasizing the stadium’s scenic location. With the Roberto Clemente Bridge behind centerfield, a skybox at PNC Park offers a picturesque view. A Pirates luxury suite includes 15 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 more additional suite tickets. Each Pirates suite at PNC Park is a climate-controlled environment with interior and exterior seating. A Pirates luxury box features HDTVs, private restroom, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Pirates suite, you will receive VIP parking and private entry into PNC Park. Experiencing one of baseball’s most iconic ballparks in VIP style is the perfect event, whether you are looking to entertain clients or simply enjoy an evening family and friends.

Past Spotlights

The 2017 Pittsburgh Pirates are a team on the rise featuring some of baseball’s most touted prospects. Staling Marte has established himself as one of the best all-around outfielders in the game today. Gregory Polanco is following in Marte’s footsteps as another outfielder who can hit, run and play solid defense. Throw in former MVP Andrew McCuthen and now you have formed one of the best outfields in the league.

Looking at the infield, former NL batting champion Josh Harrison will play second base. The Pirates have Jung Ho Kang, David Freese and Jody Mercer playing shortstop and third base. At first base is a promising prospect who shined in his brief appearance in 2016, Josh Bell. Behind the plate handing the catching duties is Francisco Cervelli.

On the mound, the Pirates are led by their ace Gerrit Cole. They resigned Ivan Nova after trading for him last year. Then come some potential all-stars in the making, Tyler Glasnow and Jameson Taillon. Both Glasnow and Taillon are highly touted prospects who did a decent job in limited time with the Pirates in 2016. In the bullpen, the Pirates have closer Tony Watson and acquired Daniel Hudson in the offseason.

PNC Park is considered one of the best venues in baseball for the amazing views and fan experience. A Pittsburgh Pirates luxury suite includes 15 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 more additional suite tickets. Each Pirates suite at PNC Park is a climate-controlled environment with interior and exterior seating. A Pirates luxury box features HDTVs, private restroom, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Pirates suite, you will receive VIP parking and private entry into PNC Park.

The Pittsburgh Pirates have reached the postseason in three straight seasons and will look to make it four in 2016. The Pirates have had recent success but haven’t won a playoff series in over 26 seasons. During the offseason, they made some good additions but also lost some fan favorites in Neil Walker and Pedro Alvarez.

Joining the Pirates in 2016 is John Jaso, Jon Niese Ryan Vogelsong, and David Freese. Niese will step into the rotation right away as a solid middle of the rotation starter. Freese and Jaso will become utility players unless injuries put them in an everyday role. The leader of this team is former MVP, Andrew McCutchen. McCuthchen is one of the best all-around players in the game. Outfielder Starlin Marte is following in McCutchen’s footsteps as he’s become a threat on the bases and with the bat. Marte had a career year in 2015. Gregory Polanco will be in the outfield with Marte and McCutchen. Polanco had a big second half of the season a year ago and will look to continue to bring power and speed to this lineup. Josh Harrison will look to get his swing back in 2016 after a down year in 2015. Jordy Mercer will start the year as shortstop at least until Jung-Ho Kang recovers from his broken leg that he suffered last season.

The Pirates pitching rotation is led by their ace, Gerrit Cole. Cole won 19 games last season and had a 2.60 ERA. Now in his fourth season, Cole is considered as one of the league’s best pitchers. Francisco Liriano will be the team’s number two starter followed by Niese, Vogelsong and Jeff Locke. Mark Melancon will be the team’s closer. Melancon led the league in saves in 2015 with 51.

PNC Park is considered one of the best venues in baseball for the amazing views and fan experience. A Pittsburgh Pirates luxury suite includes 15 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 more additional suite tickets. Each Pirates suite at PNC Park is a climate-controlled environment with interior and exterior seating. A Pirates luxury box features HDTVs, private restroom, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Pirates suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into PNC Park.

After two consecutive seasons of reaching the playoffs, the Pittsburgh Pirates are a young squad ready to make it three years straight. The 2014 Pirates reached the NL Wild Card but ended up losing the one-game playoff to the San Francisco Giants. The 2015 Pirates made some changes to the roster this season including the additions of A.J. Burnett, Corey Hart and Jung-ho Kang. The Pirates lost Russell Martin and Edinson Volquez. The lineup will start with Josh Harrison who emerged as one of the best hitters in all of baseball last year. Harrison finished last season with .315 batting average, second in the National League. The Pirates’ superstar Andrew McCutchen will look to make it 5 straight years of being named an All-Star. McCutchen has at least 20 home runs and 80 RBI in each of those four years. The Pirates called up a future star last year in the name of Gregory Polanco. Polanco struggled a bit with striking out but the Pirates have high hopes that Polanco will establish himself as a power threat in their lineup. Starling Marte enters his third season on the Pirates and in each year his numbers having trended in the right direction. Marte, like Polanco is a player the Pirates hope will be in their lineup for years to come. The rest of the Pirates’ lineup with include Neil Walker, Pedro Alvarez, Jody Mercer and Francisco Cervelli. The Pirates’ pitching rotation will start with Francisco Liriano. Liriano was a strike out machine last year for the Pirates. Following Liriano will be A.J. Burnett, Gerrit Cole, Jeff Locke and Charlie Morton. Cole could emerge as the number one started at some point this season. The bullpen will be anchored by closer Mark Melancon.

PNC Park is considered one of the best venues in baseball for the amazing views and fan experience. A Pittsburgh Pirates luxury suite includes 15 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 more additional suite tickets. Each Pirates suite at PNC Park is a climate-controlled environment with interior and exterior seating. A Pirates luxury box features HDTVs, private restroom, Wi-Fi, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Pirates suite you will receive VIP parking and private entry into PNC Park.

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