PNC Field

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Fast Facts[edit]

Renamed PNC Field in 2007

Nickname: The Lack

Opened: April 26, 1989 as Lackawanna County Stadium

Address: 235 Montage Mountain Road. Moosic, PA. 18505

Cost: $25 million

Style: Multi-purpose

Construction Materials: Concrete and Steel

Capacity: 10,982

Field: AstroTurf

Sports: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons AAA-Phillies minor league baseball, amateur events such as High School, College and semi-pro football; High School Soccer and field hockey; and both professional and High School band competitions. The parking lot of the stadium has also been used for events such as 3 on 3 basketball, flea markets, car shows and craft shows.

Visitors: 600,000/year

The Stadium[edit]

For baseball games, it has the same dimensions as Veterans Stadium, since the Philadelphia Phillies' former AAA-affiliate Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons played at the stadium. It was believed that having the Phillies' top prospects playing in a similar ballpark would help them adjust better to the big leagues when they were called up. Veterans Stadium was enclosed all around, while Lackawanna Stadium is not. Furthermore, 16 years after Lackawanna County Stadium was opened, the Phillies have moved into a new ballpark, and SWB has affiliated with the New York Yankees, making this stadium a living relic. It is probably the last of the cookie-cutter stadiums, which dominated the major leagues in the 1960s-1970s.

Hosted the 1995 AAA All-Star Game.


Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons: Lackawanna County Stadium

At The Yard March 2005: Stadium Profile

Lackawanna County Attractions: Lackawanna County Stadiun

Small-Parks: Lackawanna County Stadium

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