Mud Hens home opener

. April 1, 2015.
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It’s twice the baseball fun at the Mud Hens home opener, as they play a doubleheader against the Columbus Clippers. Plan to come early (3-5pm) for the Beer Tasting, with 30 different craft beers and an all-you-can-eat buffet in the Home Run Terrace ($45, includes ticket; $35 for designated drivers). An Opening Day Bash in the Nest Party Deck will feature a ballpark-fare buffet (e.g. hot dogs, potato salad, macaroni and cheese) and a game ticket for $33. Pick up a Mud Hens magnet schedule as you leave, and follow Toledo’s favorite team all season long.

$15/single game tickets. 4pm, Thursday, April 16. 419-725-4367, mudhens.com.

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