Celebrate PNC Park's 20th year and take a look back at some memorable Pirates baseball moments that took place along the shore of the Allegheny River.
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Sean Rodriguez makes his return to PNC Park a memorable one, hitting a solo shot in the 12th inning to Walk. It. Off.
Single in the 2nd; homer in the 4th; double in the 5th; triple in the 7th. John Jaso becomes the first Pirates player to hit for the cycle at PNC Park.
In just his second plate appearance in the Majors, Josh Bell steps up to the plate and hits a GRAND SLAM over the Clemente Wall.
Neil Walker starts and ends PNC Park's first triple play. This one is the first 4-5-4 triple play in MLB History.
Jason Bay homers in a 6th consecutive game, the most by a Pirate since Dale Long in 1956 (8 straight games).
Jack Wilson becomes the first Pirates player to hit an inside-the-park homer at PNC Park.
Josh Bell stands out with a 3-homer/7-RBI outing as part of a team effort in the Bucs' 18-5 win over the Cubs.
In the first inning of his first game at PNC Park, newcomer Colin Moran hits his first grand slam - making quite the impression.
On the way to a 98-win season, Andrew McCutchen leads the Pirates with a walk-off home run to end a five-hour game against the Cardinals.
The Pirates faithful pack PNC Park for a Blackout. Chants of CUEEE-TO were enough to rattle Johnny Cueto and the rest is history.
Garrett becomes the first Pirates player to hit a home run ball into the Allegheny River ON THE FLY with a 463-foot bomb.
Andrew McCutchen had already proved he was a one-of-a-kind player, but his first walk-off home run solidifies him as a superstar.
The Pirates raise the Jolly Rodger on Opening Day 2014 thanks to Neil Walker's walk-off home run in extra innings.
Hours after his son was born, new dad Rob Mackowiak comes up big in both games of a doubleheader - including a walk-off grand slam in the first game.
Brian Giles' grand slam caps off a two-out, six-run comeback against the Houston Astros, as the Bucs win it in walk-off style, 9-8.
Pirates manager Lloyd McClendon gets tossed after arguing a close call, and he takes first base with him as he leaves the field.