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Mud Hens home opener

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Adam Crofts, 13, sported a hat with plenty of pins as he watched the Mud Hens' home opener.

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From left, Lisa Lewis, Antonio Herrera, Connie Herrera, and Lori Brown share a drink together in Hensville before Mud Hens' home opener.

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The National Anthem kicks off the Mud Hens home opener at Fifth Third Field.

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Fans keep warm under a Mud Hens blanket for Opening Day.

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Seth King of Toledo and his son Austin, 3, watch the action as the Toledo Mud Hens face the Indianapolis Indians in Thursday's home opener at Fifth Third Field. The Mud Hens lost, 5-1.

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Carlos Trevino of Fostoria, center, waves his mitt as he watches the Mud Hens play the Indianapolis Indians.

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Coworkers Brent Bernard, left, and Derek Flory greet one another at Thursday's Mud Hens game against the Indianapolis Indians.

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Caden, 5, looks up at his father Matt Schmidt of Adrian as they eat together at the Mud Hens home opener at Fifth Third Field. The Mud Hens lost to the Indianapolis Indians, 5-1.

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Dylan, 4, sticks his tongue out as he jokes with his grandmother Bonnie Hemp, right, while the pair wait with Dylan's mother Ashley Hemp and brother Evan, 2, for the game to begin. An announced crowd of 12,789 watched Toledo face the Indianapolis Indians.

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Karen Hover, left, and Erica Parish keep an eye on the action as they share food at the Mud Hens' home opener.

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Tyrell Hartman of Alvordton, center, and his sons Toby, 9, not pictured, and Corbin, 7, bottom, wait for the start of the game.

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Tyrell Hartman of Alvordton, center, and his sons Toby, 9, left, and Corbin, 7, wait for the start of the game.

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Tailgaters, from left, Andy Kale, Jeff Fearing, Bob Eber, and Katie Lee share a drink together in between rounds of cornhole before the home opener for the Toledo Mud Hens.

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Gavin De Groff, 7, takes a bite of his burger for the camera as he tailgates with his family for the Mud Hens' home opener Thursday at Fifth Third Field.

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Dominic, 6, shows his brother Vincent 3, his baseball as the pair watch the game with their parents Steve, left, and Kristen Calevro of Toledo.

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Fans make their way in to Fifth Third Field for Toledo's home opener Thursday. The Mud Hens lost 5-1 to the Indianapolis Indians in front of an announced crowd of 12,789.

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Jay Marks of Adrian, left, and his daughters Allison, 8, center, and Alexis, 9, check out Lego versions of Mud Hens and Walleye players inside the Swamp Shop before the start of the game.

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The Glass City Pub Cycle makes its way down Jefferson Ave. with a full compliment for the Mud Hens' home opener. The cycle can carry up to 17 people who peddle themselves from bar to bar for specials.

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Angela Jackson, center left, talks with her husband David Jackson, center, as her mother Donna Amstutz, center right, jokes with other tailgaters before the start of the game.

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Kelli Fisher of Perrysburg and George McColley of Monroe chat as they leave the Bronze Boar and head in for the Mud Hens' home opener at Fifth Third Field

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