How to watch the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2021

Nathan Cunningham
VENICE, FLORIDA - MARCH 09: Todd Frazier #99 of the Pittsburgh Pirates stands at the plate during the first inning against the Atlanta Braves during a spring training game at CoolToday Park on March 09, 2021 in Venice, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images)
VENICE, FLORIDA - MARCH 09: Todd Frazier #99 of the Pittsburgh Pirates stands at the plate during the first inning against the Atlanta Braves during a spring training game at CoolToday Park on March 09, 2021 in Venice, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images) /
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Baseball is back. Don’t miss a single pitch of a Pittsburgh Pirates game. Here’s how to watch online, get tickets and get some sweet new swag.

After COVID-19 caused the entire world to change – including MLB – it’s nice to see a bit of normalcy creep back into our lives. Now, with baseball in full swing, it’s nice to have a spring and summer with the Pittsburgh Pirates on our TV screens.

2021 Pittsburgh Pirates Preview

Look, there’s not really an easy way to say this, but, the Pirates probably won’t be very good in 2021. But, that’s not what fandom is about. Being a fan is about riding out the lows and celebrating the highs.

That’s why you’re here at RumBunter.com. Because you care.

The good news is, there’s plenty of young talent in the Pirates organization. Ke’Bryan Hayes, Travis Swaggerty, Oneill Cruz and Quinn Preister are all exciting prospects.

But, at the time of this writing, the Pirates have just one player on the roster currently making $5+ million this season (veteran outfielder Gregory Polanco).

It’s going to be a long year for the Buccos.

Mandatory Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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How To Watch The Pittsburgh Pirates Online

AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh carries the Pirates.

Currently, if you’re in the Pittsburgh market, you can get AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh (along with ESPN, MLB Network and more) on fuboTV. 

For out of market Pirates fans, MLB.tv is your go-to option.

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Watch The Pittsburgh Pirates Live

If you’d prefer to head to PNC Park, then that’s an option for you in 2021. The Pirates have announced that they will host fans up to 20% capacity this season. That works out to be approximately 7,800 fans.

They might increase capacity later in the year and have a number of COVID-19 guidelines they’ll be implementing.

Check out the Pirates 2021 schedule here to find out what game you want to see.

You can get your tickets for a single game at StubHub.

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Gear Up For 2021

A new season means new gear. There’s nothing quite like sliding on a new jersey, or getting a fresh hat on that dome of yours. 

Or, you can upgrade your fan cave with some game-used memorabilia, autographed photos and more. 

Shopping on a budget? Check out the Pirates sale/clearance section.

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Shop On-Field Face Covers

FOCO is the official on-field face cover partner for MLB. That means all your favorite players will be rocking awesomely stylish FOCO face covers throughout the 2021 season.

Want one for yourself? Of course you do!

You can shop FOCO’s inventory of face covers, which features multiple styles and designs, today.

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Crazy Collectibles

Looking for a little something to spruce up your desk? How about a shelf in the fan cave?

Maybe you need a buddy to watch the game with?

Check out FOCO’s collection of bobbleheads. With some creative themed pieces, there’s a unique collectible that’s perfect for every fan.

Shop bobbleheads today.

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