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Potomac Nationals' field in need of repair
The field at G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Va., which is home to the Potomac Nationals, Washington's high Class A affiliate, could use some improvement.
Fans are greeted by a handwritten lineup sheet on the wall of the main concourse at Pfitzner Stadium, during a game between the Potomac Nationals and Lynchburg Hillcats, in Woodbridge, Va., Tuesday, July 19, 2011. (Drew Angerer/The Washington Times)