Forbes Field Historic Site

Roberto Clemente Blvd and Schenley Dr, Pittsburgh, PA | Directions   15213

40.441810 -79.952649

 
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The park is gone, but memories live around a wall of bricks.

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The park is gone, but memories live around a wall of bricks. – The History
Completed in 1909, Forbes Field was home to the Pirates for six decades until the park was torn down in favor of the soon-to-be-torn-down Three Rivers Stadium in 1970.

Lay of the Land
The 457-foot mark from center field and the 436-foot mark in right center make the red brick, ivy-covered outfield wall recognizable to the passers-by. The brick line continues across Roberto Clemente Boulevard.

 


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