This stadium is reminiscent of the old local stadiums of the 40s and 50s. Its small but very cozy. You feel at home when you go there. The crowd interacts well with one another and everyone has a good time. I'ts small enough that you can actually see the players and have some interaction with them. We go every year and get seats along the 1st base side. On the 4th of July they have a nice fireworks display. Theres a rumor that it may be replaced by another larger stadium in another part of the county. That would be a shame. Pfitzer stadium is what the county needs . If you want to fix it thats ok. Don't lose it!
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