The Toledo Mud Hens are one of the most famous teams in Minor League Baseball thanks to their appearance on the hit TV show M*A*S*H, so don’t miss your opportunity to see one of the most well-known teams in the minors. It’s not just the Mud Hens fame that makes a trip to Toledo a must for baseball fans; Fifth Third Field is also home to one of the best in-game experiences around.
The Mud Hens pull out all the stops to put together an incredible game day experience. Around the park, you’ll find a couple of statues including the “I Got It Statue” in the outfield. You’ll also have the opportunity to get autographs from players, watch breathtaking fireworks, and see two of the best mascots in all of baseball when attending a Mud Hens game.
In addition to fun in-game entertainment, Mud Hens games also feature several places for large groups to throw parties before and during the game. No matter how big of a group you’re bringing to the stadium, you’ll find an experience that is perfect for you.
Finally, the Mud Hens fans are some of the best around, so make sure to take the opportunity to talk to them about baseball and the Mud Hens. The fans here live and breathe baseball making just about every interaction a pleasant one for diehard baseball fans.
A trip to Toledo for a Mud Hens game is a must for baseball fans, so start planning your trip today.
Things to check out
Hall of Fame
Make sure to check out the Hall of Fame at Fifth Third Field. The Hall of Fame honors the 16 former Mud Hens who are members of the Baseball Hall of Fame and is a must-see for any baseball fan.
I Got It Statue
Before the game, take a minute to see the “I Got It” statue by Frank C. Gaylord. The statue depicts three boys trying to catch a ball and is a must-see for anyone taking in a game at Fifth Third Field.
Fifth Third Field is one of the few ballparks where you can catch the game from rooftops across the street from the stadium meaning you won’t want to miss your opportunity to take in a game from the Fleetwood’s Rooftop or the Rooftop on Nine. If you want to watch a Mud Hen games in a unique way, then reserve a spot on one of the rooftops outside Fifth Third Field.
If you’re attending a Mud Hens game on Sunday, then stop by the designated autograph area and get autographs from some of your favorite players. Autographs are a great keepsake for any fan, so get your tickets to a Sunday game today.
Those of you who enjoy fireworks will want to attend Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night games throughout the season. From May to the end of the season, weekend night games feature a fireworks show after the game giving you the most bang for your buck.Watch video
Home Run Picnic Terrace
The Home Run Picnic Terrace is the perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat while watching the Mud Hens play ball. You’ll have an excellent view of all the action here, so stop by and grab a bite to eat while at the game.
Take the kids to the Kids Area in centerfield to keep the little ones entertained throughout the game. The Kids Area is the perfect place for kids ages three to nine.
The Roost and The Armoury
Those of you who want to host a large party at Fifth Third Field won’t be able to beat The Roost or The Armoury. Both spaces can accommodate large groups of over 200 guests and feature a variety of amenities including food, drinks, and indoor and outdoor seating.
Pick up a souvenir from your trip to a Mud Hens game by stopping at the Swamp Shop. The Swamp Shop is home to a wide variety of Mud Hens merchandise making a great place to get a cap, jersey, t-shirt, sweatshirt, or foam finger.Watch video
Muddy and Muddonna
Don’t miss either of these two lovable mascots during your trip to Fifth Third Field. Look out for Muddy and Muddonna as you wouldn’t want to miss your chance to get a picture with either of these mascots.Watch video