Pittsburgh Pirates

1611 Ninth Street West
Bradenton, FL 34205

Ticket Information:
(941) 747-3031

Attending a Pirates Game at LECOM Park

Bradenton’s LECOM Park, built in 1922, is the oldest spring training stadiums, still hosting a team, in Florida’s Grapefruit League and has been home to spring training baseball since 1923.

The ballpark’s current tenant, the Pittsburgh Pirates, have called LECOM Park home since 1969.

LECOM Park is located at 1611 Ninth Street West near bustling downtown Bradenton, home to the Bishop Museum, Manatee Players Theatre, ArtCenter Manatee and more. The ballpark sits directly east of the nationally-acclaimed Village of the Arts, a growing neighborhood of galleries and studios where artists and artisans of various types create and sell their wares.

A $10 million upgrade at LECOM Park includes:

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    LECOM Park is a 360-degree ballpark with the addition of a boardwalk traversing the outfield.

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    Concessions, restrooms and a specialty bar have been added on the boardwalk at centerfield.

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    New, more comfortable seats replaced the existing infield seats.

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    Additional seating, covered outfield bleachers, increased the ballpark’s capacity to approximately 8,500 from 6,500.

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    Permanent roofs replaced the existing, temporary shade coverings above infield seating along the first- and third-base lines.

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    Bullpens were moved to the outfield where fans will be able to observe pitchers and catchers from the boardwalk.

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    Updated concession stands and restrooms make for a better fan experience.

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    Additional areas are available in the Fan Plaza for activities behind the stands.

Ticket prices at LECOM Park have perennially been one of the lowest in the Grapefruit League.

Pirates Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information

2023 Pittsburgh Pirates Spring Training Season Tickets and 3-Game Flex Packs are on sale now. Single Game tickets go on sale January 20,

Call (941) 747-3031 or visit  www.mlb.com/pirates/tickets/spring-training


Directions to LECOM Park

Find in Google Maps

From St. Petersburg:
Go over Skyway Bridge to Exit 2 (19 South); continue on 41 South (Bradenton/Sarasota); make right turn on 17th Avenue West. McKechnie is on the right.
From Sarasota (Route 41): Take Route 41 north to 17th Avenue West; make right. McKechnie is on the left.
From Sarasota (US-301): Take US-301 north to 13th Avenue West; make left. Left onto 9th Street West. McKechnie is on the left.
From north or south on I-75: Exit 220 (220 B from north) at Route 64; go west on Route 64 to Ninth Street West; turn left. McKechnie on the left.

Traffic and Road Construction Information from the Florida Department of Transportation
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Pittsburgh Pirates Florida Spring Training History

1918: Jacksonville
1947: Miami Beach
1954: Fort Pierce
1955-68: Fort Myers (Terry Park)
1969-present: Bradenton (LECOM Park)





Pirates Spring Training Attendance


2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020*
Total Attendance 68,184 88,003 82,390 93,433 91,046 106,038 103,762 106,291 96,363 90,582 50,019
Games 14 16 15 15 12 15 15 17 16 15 10
Avg. Attendance 4,870 5,500 5,493 6,229 7,587 7,069 6.917 6,252 6,023 6,039 5,002