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The State of Ohio has approved the Toledo Mud Hens’ safety plan to allow 30 percent capacity at Fifth Third Field when the season opens on May 4, 2021.

The team can now host up to 4,000 fans per game. The actual game-to-game capacity number will fluctuate between 2,700 and

The State of Ohio has approved the Toledo Mud Hens’ safety plan to allow 30 percent capacity at Fifth Third Field when the season opens on May 4, 2021.

The team can now host up to 4,000 fans per game. The actual game-to-game capacity number will fluctuate between 2,700 and 4,000, depending on how seating pods are sold, in groups of one to six, with social distancing protocols in place. The 30 percent capacity number is based on the seats available in the bowl plus the additional seating areas around the ballpark.

Toledo Mud Hens Executive Vice President & General Manager Erik Ibsen:

“We’d like to thank the Governor and Ohio Health Department, along with our local health advisors for their support and guidance during this process. A lot of people put in a lot of hard work to get to this point; every approval brings us one step closer to normal. We are counting down the days until we can safely reopen and welcome our fans back.”

Fans can expect the 2021 health and safety protocols at every game: mandatory masks for all attendees aged two years and above, socially-distanced pod seating, designated entrances, digital ticketing, enhanced cleaning protocols, and plenty of hand sanitizers.

Flock members will have priority tickets based on Game Plan type. Single game tickets for the general public will be announced at a later time based on availability. To receive an alert when single game tickets get released throughout the season, text ‘BASEBALL’ to 1-833-585-1404.

MUD HENS ANNOUNCE MAY 4 AS NEW 2021 SEASON START DATE

Major League Baseball informed teams on March 2 that the start of the 2021 Triple-A season will be delayed by approximately four weeks. The Mud Hens’ season opener at Fifth Third Field is now on Tuesday, May 4.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred determined for health and safety reasons to delay the Triple-A season by approximately four weeks. As a result, the Detroit Tigers will utilize Fifth Third Field as an alternate training site for the Mud Hens to begin the season. The taxi squad will arrive at the beginning of April. We are working on plans for fans to watch these workouts.

Toledo Mud Hens Executive Vice President & General Manager Erik Ibsen:

“After everything our community has been through, we were thrilled to announce the return of Mud Hens baseball to downtown Toledo for the first time in nearly 600 days. Now we have been asked to wait again, and we must ask our fans to wait. We are disappointed but will immediately begin creating an incredible opening six-game series, starting with Opening Day on Tuesday, May 4.”

Here is how the 2021 season will look with a May 4 start:

– The 2021 Mud Hens season will now be 120 games (60 home, 60 away).

– Opening Days will be May 4 through May 9 against the Nashville Sounds.

– The remaining schedule will stay the same, except for the addition of two home dates on July 13 and July 14.

Click the link below to view and download our updated 2021 schedule.

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