Rod Langway Highlights Capitals Day At Potomac Nationals Game This Sunday

DC Sports Nexus ---- Wednesday, August 8, 2012

The Potomac Nationals are a minor league affiliate of the Washington Nationals and they play their games out at Pfitzer Stadium in Woodbridge, Virginia.  The P-Nats, as they are called for short, will be hosting WASHINGTON CAPITALS DAY at the ballpark this Sunday, August 12th during their 1:05pm game.

If you have never been to a minor league baseball game before they are really fun.  It is a cozy atmosphere where every seat is a good one and there are always crazy things going on in the stands and wacky promotions left and right.  If you haven't been to a game and are a Caps fan, then this Sunday is a good opportunity to attend.

Plus, tickets range from only $9 - $15! What a deal!

The day will feature the Red Rockers (aka the Caps cheerleaders spirit squad), Slapshot the mascot, and Washington Capitals great from the 80's and Hockey Hall of Famer Rod Langway signing autographs.

Langway is a really nice guy.  Back at Caps Fan Appreciation Day he was walking around in his jersey (pictured) signing autographs for everyone.  Just walking around like he was one of the crowd.

The players on the P-Nats will also be signing autographs before the game so if your kid is a big Rob Wort fan then race out to Woodbridge on Sunday.  Kids can also run the bases after the game. and Teddy Roosevelt, giant racing President, is also scheduled to make an appearance at the park.

The player to watch out in Potomac right now is Anthony Rendon.  He is a top prospect for the Nats and will probably be playing somewhere in the big squad's infield in the future.

Read more on the event at the P-Nats site and go there to get tickets/directions 

1 comment:

@NateHays said...

Rod Langway is my favorite player of all time! It was great watching #5 skate with no helmet and an awesome mustache back in the 80s and early 90s. I met him once, and I was in awe of his size and friendliness

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