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 – Fresh off of a season in which the Potomac Nationals garnered the Carolina League’s Marketing & Promotional Excellence Award, the P-Nats have once again upped the ante with a 2018 promotional schedule which will take Red, White, and Blue entertainment to new heights!
Just a few weeks ago, the Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) seemed destined to flee Prince William County (VA) — but the team might yet be able to craft a new stadium deal in the area and avoid the pitfalls of the old arrangement that fell apart in July. Read more here.
Now that a ballpark deal for the Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) in Prince William County (VA) is apparently dead, where will the team go? Owner Art Silber says he wants to keep the team in Northern Virginia. Loudoun County supervisor Ron Meyer reportedly said the team is more than welcome there. Spotsylvania County is a possibility. Arlington County is out, but Alexandria is a potential option. Read more here.
A proposed stadium deal that would have kept the Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) in Prince William County (VA) has apparently fallen through, and Art Silber, the team’s owner, says he’ll start exploring other options. Read more here and view renderings here.
Prince William County’s business community is throwing its support behind a proposed deal to bring a new, $35-million stadium for the Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) to Woodbridge (VA). Read more here.
The Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) inched closer to a new baseball stadium, as Prince William’s (VA) board of county supervisors decided against a referendum that would’ve allowed voters to decide whether to use $35 million in bond money to help build a new stadium for the franchise. Read more here.