Commemorate a special occasion by displaying a message on the PNC Park scoreboard during a Pirates home game.
Messages are displayed during the break at the end of the fourth inning (after the Pirates bat).
Scoreboard Messages can be purchased online for a cost of $38.50. Digital color Scoreboard Memory printouts (8x10) of your message are also available for an additional cost of $16.50 each. All proceeds benefit Pirates Charities.
Payment must be made prior to announcement. Your credit card will be charged upon approval of the message.
There are a limited number of messages available each game, so order your scoreboard message today.
Message requests must be submitted no later than four days (96 hours) prior to the date and time of the desired game.
If you do not see the game listed, you have missed the deadline to order online. Orders will be processed in the order in which they are received, and will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. You will receive email confirmation shortly after the close of the submission period to confirm your order.
Your message will appear on the large-screen video scoreboard in left field during the end of the fourth inning (after the Pirates bat).
The Pirates reserve the right to edit or refuse any message if necessary. Messages that are obscene, offensive, include foul language or refer negatively to the Pirates or any other Major League Baseball organization will be not accepted. They may also not include the name of any MLB player. The message cannot be used for commercial purposes, however, you may welcome a group or company who is attending the game. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate scoreboard messages with references to professional sports teams outside of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Messages can be up to fifty (50) characters or less including spaces and punctuation.
Digital color Scoreboard Memory printouts (8x10) of your message are also available for an additional cost of just $16.50 each. Prints will be mailed approximately three weeks following the end of the homestand during which your message was displayed.
Please note: Memory photo is not a live photograph of your message.