Spring-training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and and the Class A Bradenton Marauders, McKechnie Field is an old-school ballpark in the middle of Bradenton. With popular Popi's Place across the street, many fans enjoy going to Popi's before or after a game for breakfast, lunch or late-night dining. McKechnie was built in 1923 and renovated in 1993 and is a 6,000-capacity stadium that was named after baseball great Bill McKechnie. Famous athletes to have played at the stadium are Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and Mike Schmidt.
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 9am - 4pm; Sat, 10am - 1pm (clubhouse store, Apr - Sept)
- Handicap Accessible: Handcapped sidewalks
- Founding Date: 1923
- Payments accepted: Cash
- Parking: Free lot, On-street: free, Paid lot
- Private events: No
- Sports played: Baseball
- Competition level: Professional - highest level
- Genders: Men's
- Are there any interesting historical facts about the team?: The Marauders, a high Single-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, played their inaugural season at McKechnie in 2010.
- Are there any interesting facts about the history or architecture of the venue?: McKechnie was built in 1923 and renovated in 1993 and is named after baseball great Bill McKechnie.
- Capacity: 6,000
- Outdoor/indoor: Outdoor
- Tickets required: Yes
- Home stadium for: Bradenton Marauders; Pittsburgh Pirates (spring training)