Score some cool baseball memorabilia and support a great cause at the same time, as the Toledo Mud Hens will hold the annual Mystery Ball Sale on Saturday, July 20 at Fifth Third Field. It's a secret we want you to share with everyone!
Look for our table on the main concourse. Autographed baseballs will be placed individually inside a plain brown paper bag. Each bag will be sold for $20. The mystery will be revealed when you open the bag and see who has signed your ball!
The Mystery Ball Sale will include balls signed by Hall of Famers and former Major League players, current and former Detroit Tigers players, current and former Toledo Mud Hens players, and others.
Get there early! Gates at Fifth Third Field open at 5:30 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the Miracle League of Northwest Ohio and Helping Hens Charities. The Miracle League of Northwest Ohio is an organization whose mission is for all children to have a chance to play baseball, with games played at their "field of dreams" in Northwood.
Saturday, July 20 at 7:05 p.m. | Toledo vs. Syracuse
GAME TICKET: $16 - BUY TICKETS!
What you get:
• July 20 Mud Hens Game Ticket
• Postgame Fireworks
DINNER & DRINKS
Bring your appetite for pre or postgame dining and drinks in Hensville, located on the same street as Fifth Third Field:
• Fleetwood's Tap Room: fleetwoodshensville.com | Fleetwood's Tap Room is a lively social hall in downtown Toledo's Warehouse District. We proudly pour 48 craft beers, including local flavors brewed right here in the 419.
• Holy Toledo! Tavern: holytoledohensville.com | Holy Toledo! Tavern combines Toledo's rich history and warm hospitality while providing a fun gathering place for people who live, work, play, and visit downtown. Holy Toledo! Tavern captures the local flavor of our city and offer a fresh approach to casual dining.
• Lexus Birdcage Club: birdcagebarandgrill.com | The Lexus Birdcage Club is located on the Club Level at Fifth Third Field and provides incredible views of the ballpark! You and your guests will enjoy a 'Chef's Table' dining experience, featuring a rotating menu of themed selections.
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