The first thing you notice approaching the park is that it is surrounded by other baseball/softball fields. I thought that was kind of cool. Pfitzner Stadium itself, though, is much more a field than a stadium. It is more of a collegiate level field than the other Carolina League stadium's I have been to, but it has its highlights. Like most collegiate level fields, it is very open, which allows you to view the trees beyond the outfield wall and the sunset on a nice summer night. Additionally, the most expensive seats were comfortable and very close to the field. They are also served by a "waitress" who will take your order and bring concessions to you. The concessions themselves did not look amazing, but it is a nice feature so that you don't have to miss the game (I ate before the game). The fans and staff were all very friendly and many of the players were signing autographs for whoever asked before the game. It was a good time, though I did think the price of the expensive seats and having to pay for parking was a little over the top, but the souvenirs (a pennant and bumper sticker were only $5) all seemed very reasonably priced. Plus, I went on hat night, and they gave out a nice looking cap.
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