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Fandemonium at Fifth Third Field

Fandemonium at Fifth Third Field

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It's Fandemonium at Fifth Third Field from 5:30 to 8pm Wednesday, January 23.

Baseball fans will have the opportunity to tour through the Mud Hens locker room, the club house and the batting cages.

Fans will also have a chance to get up close and personal with the Detroit Tigers!

A live Q and A session at The Roost with Tigers coaches and players. Including the team's manager, Perrysburg native, Jim leyland.

Plus lots of prizes are going to be handed out, including autographed memorabilia! 

Tickets are only $10. Call 419-725-4367 or go online at www.mudhens.com

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