Another MiLB attendance record in the books: The Potomac Nationals (High Class A; Carolina League) set a franchise single-season attendance record, with 236,772 fans at at Pfitzner Stadium.
An average of 3,534 fans per game entered The Pfitz during the Nationals’ 2013 regular campaign. The previous benchmark of 220,145 was set in 1998 by the Prince William Cannons. In the 36th season of the Potomac franchise, the Nationals finished the Carolina League season ranked fourth in the eight-team circuit in overall and single-game average 2013 attendance. You can view our league attendance standings here; you can view our MiLB per-game attendance standings here.
With an attendance mark of over 235,000 fans, the P-Nats have now eclipsed the 200,000 fan threshold for the eleventh time in franchise history dating back to the 1990 Prince William Cannons, who accomplished this feat for this first time.
On the field, the Potomac Nationals set single-season franchise records for both wins (84) and winning percentage (.604). The Nationals also owned the best home record in the Carolina League, a win/loss ledger of (47-23).
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