This past Friday, the Pittsburg Pirates played their first home game of the season where they revealed an array of stadium upgrades, including the ability to play a game of Super Mario on the Clemente Wall scoreboard in right field. The new 11-feet high and 136-feet long, full LED videoboard replaced the failing lightbulb-based original, bringing fans out-of-town scores, highlights, advertisements, game notes and more during play. However best of all, the Pirates are premiering custom interactive video games where lucky fans will get a chance to compete for prizes in between innings. Super Bucco Run was introduced this weekend, but the franchise plans to roll out additional games throughout the season.
— Jim Lokay (@Lokay) April 7, 2017