The Potomac Nationals will have to move their next home series to Frederick because of inadequate and unsafe field conditions at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Va.
Minor league baseball officials inspected the field Friday and deemed it unplayable. In the offseason, a new drainage system was installed in the outfield, and grass has not completely grown around the area where the drainage system was placed.
The P-Nats’ first game in Frederick will be Monday and they will be the visiting team.
The P-Nats then go on a scheduled 11-game road trip. Coupled with the three games In Frederick, this means the P-Nats will not play at home for a 17-game span dating back to April 13. The next scheduled home series is set for May 2.