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|Former names||Lackawanna County Stadium (1989-2006)|
|Location||235 Montage Mountain Road
Moosic, PA 18507
|Broke ground||August 28, 1986|
|Opened||April 26, 1989|
|Owner||Lackawanna County Stadium Authority|
|Operator||Mandalay Baseball Properties|
|Surface||Artificial Turf (1989-2006)
|Construction cost||$25 million
($46.9 million in 2012 dollars)
|General Contractor||Melon Stuart Construction Co.|
|Field dimensions||Left Field/Right Field - 330 ft
Left Center Field/Right Center Field - 371 ft
Center Field - 408 ft
|Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees (IL) (1989-present)|
PNC Field, formerly Lackawanna County Stadium (1989–2006), is a 10,380-seat minor league baseball stadium located in Moosic, Pennsylvania. It is the home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, the AAA affiliate of the New York Yankees. Lackawanna County sold the naming rights to PNC Bank on February 1, 2007, and the stadium became known as PNC Field.
The stadium opened on April 26, 1989. The artificial turf surfaced stadium was used as a multipurpose facility. The upper level seats of the stadium are orange, and the lower level seats are green. They also have bleacher seats at the stadium. Many amateur sports competitions were held there, as well as regional band competitions, ice skating, and car shows.
On July 12, 1995, Lackawanna County Stadium hosted the AAA All Star Game. The American League affiliate stars shutout their National League opponents, 9-0 in front of 10,965 fans. Future major leaguers to appear in the game included Derek Jeter, Jeromy Burnitz, Jason Isringhausen, and manager Grady Little.
In 2007, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre franchise signed a Player Development Contract with the New York Yankees, ending an 18-year agreement with the Philadelphia Phillies. This new contract called for the conversion of the playing surface to natural grass. The stadium still plays host to several amateur baseball competitions throughout the season.
At a public hearing on November 8, 2010, officials from Lackawanna County, Mandalay Baseball Properties and the Lackawanna County Multipurpose Stadium Authority held a public hearing to discuss the potential sale of the SWB Yankees and possible renovation of PNC Field. The following day, the club announced plans to pursue a $40 million renovation to the stadium which would dramatically alter the current layout of PNC Field. The $43.3 million renovation project officially began on April 27, 2012 beginning with the removal of seats in the stadium's upper deck. The architect of the renovation is EwingCole while the general contractor is Alvin H. Butz, Inc. The renovation is expected to be completed by opening day 2013.
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