Pfitzner Stadium is home to the Potomac Nationals, the Carolina League affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The stadium has been a subject of debate for a few years, currently there is a proposal to build a new stadium closer to I-95 and the Stonebridge Town Center.
I say that to frame this review. While there might be issues with the field and facilities, I've always had a great experience at the stadium. As far as I know the stadium is only used for P-NAT games. The ticket prices are low, there is a family section of the stadium (no alcohol), and there are a number of great promotions. $1.00 hot dogs on Monday comes to mind. There isn’t a lot of shade but I’ve been to Nationals Parks and encountered the same. There is also a picnic area with space to host reunions/organization day activities.
We've gotten spoiled by the box seats which for $11 dollars (might have gone up) provide stadium style seating (other seating is bleacher) along with in-seat concession service. Very much a home town feel and while it can sell out (maximum capacity approx 6000) when Washington National player is rehabbing it is a comfortable venue. Not a great distance to walk from parking (ample) to the stadium, organized well and many game nights end with fireworks. The fireworks are worth the ticket price alone. We went to one game with adult children and grandparents and significant others; everyone commented on the complexity and length of the fireworks program. Since we are approximately one mile from the stadium I can attest that the length of the fireworks program has not decreased. Every home night game on Sat/Sun has fireworks and my dog barks at every blast. Small price to pay for a nice evening of baseball and relaxation.