Fifth Third Field is the home of the Toledo Mud Hens--AAA affiliate of the Detroit Tigers located in downtown Toledo, OH. In April of 2002, the Toledo Mud Hens Baseball Club played their first game in their new ballpark, Fifth Third Field.
The state-of-the-art 8,943 seat facility in the heart of downtown replaced Ned Skeldon Stadium, the home of the Hens since 1965. Fans have flocked to Fifth Third Field in the years since the park has opened.
Named 'Best Ballpark in Minor League Baseball' by Newsweek in 2002
The Roost named 'Best Seats in Minor League Baseball' by ESPN.com in 2007
Jake Tyler named 'Sports Turf Manager of the Year' by the International League in 2006, 2007 and 2008
Ranked #4 in 'Top 10 Ballparks in Minor League Baseball' by Baseball America in 2009
"Fifth Third Field Fanatic Freeze Sundae" named 'Best Concession Item' by MiLB.com in 2013
Ranked #4 in 'Best Minor League Ballparks' by 10best.com and USA Today in 2013
Toledo named 'Top Minor League Market' by Sports Business Journal in 2013
Total Number of Seats
Total seats - 8,943
Picnic seats - 776
Handicap seats - 86
Seats in the 'Roost' - 282
Club Level seats - 1,200
Suites - 32
Total 2002 attendance - 547,204
Total 2003 attendance - 517,331
Total 2004 attendance - 544,778
Total 2005 attendance - 556,995
Total 2006 attendance - 569,380
Total 2007 attendance - 590,159
Total 2008 attendance - 584,596
Total 2009 attendance - 559,037
Total 2010 attendance - 558,059
Total 2011 attendance - 549,438
Total 2012 attendance - 550,900
Total 2013 attendance - 560,080
Total 2014 attendance - 545,265
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