Fifth Third Field




Park Name: Fifth Third Field
Tenants: Toledo Mud Hens (International League)

Opened: 2002
Address: 406 Washington Street, Toledo, Ohio 43604
Dimensions: 320' (L), 400' (C), 320' (R)


The view from behind home plate at Fifth Third Field.


The view from down the first base line. The main scoreboard sits in front of the Glass City skyline.


The view from down the third base line. The secondary scoreboard sits in right field.


The "Roost" seating area sits wedged between two warehouse buildings in the right field corner, overlooking and overhanging the playing field like the right field bleachers at the old Tiger Stadium.


The grandstand and playing field as seen from the Roost seats.


The Roost has been called the best seating in minor league baseball. And while it's certainly unique, some fans are seated directly behind the right field foul (fowl?) pole, leading to a slightly obstructed view.


The 315 Bar sits underneath the Roost, in the right field corner.


The outfield wall tucks in from 344 to 315, creating an alcove underneath the overhanging Roost.


Picnic table seating wraps around the outfield fence in right and center fields.


The main scoreboard backs right up to the street that forms the boundary of the ballpark in left field.


Picnic decks on the first and second levels on the third base side.


The wall gets deeper and shorter in dead center field, creating a small cutout at the base of the batter's eye.


The concession stands are all themed, like the Hen & Hound, a pub themed stand on the first base side.


Gilhooley's Grill, down the third base side, is named after the longtime Toledo broadcaster, and fans can watch their food being prepared behind press box windows.


The Toledo Mud Hens on the field during a game at Fifth Third Field.



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