The Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) confirmed at their Hot Stove Banquet on Sunday that the club has extended its lease to play at Pfitzner Stadium until the 2020 season. They also have the option to end the lease early if they are able to find the opportunity to move into a new stadium elsewhere. Read more here.
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PRESS RELEASE – As the Potomac Nationals celebrate 30 seasons of baseball at G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium during the 2014 campaign, the P-Nats’ faithful will be treated to the most entertaining promotional schedule in the history of the franchise. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – While temperatures plummet in Northern Virginia and around the country, the Potomac Nationals encourage fans to participate in the first annual two-day P-Nats Polar Plunge at Pfitzner Stadium on Tuesday, January 7th and Wednesday, January 8th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm each day. Continue reading
A fire broke out late this afternoon at Pfitzner Stadium, home of the Single-A Potomac Nationals (Carolina League), from an apparent inside gas leak. According to a fire official, the second-floor front offices were destroyed. Beyond one employee being treated for smoke inhalation, nobody else was hurt. The team is currently playing on the road. Read more here and here.
PRESS RELEASE – On Tuesday morning, February 21, the Potomac Nationals peeled back a protective field blanket and unveiled a spectacularly green playing surface. With Opening Day just around the corner, this new state-of-the-art field has transformed Pfitzner Stadium and elevated its surface to the highest level. Continue reading
Despite the fact that Potomac Nationals owner Art Silber is working on a new privately-funded ballpark for his Single-A, Carolina League club, Prince William County (VA) has decided to spend up to $250,000 on playing field upgrades at Pfitzner Stadium. Read more here. Just last week, there was a three-way spat between Silber, the county, and the Washington Nationals over the field’s conditions.
Goodbye Pfitzner Stadium? The Single-A Potomac Nationals will hold a press conference later this month to unveil plans for a new privately-financed ballpark in Northern Virginia. Team owner Art Silber is stoked about the the new location and expects the P-Nats to set a new MiLB record for ballpark naming rights. Read more here.