Blog It, Toledo: Go Hens!Written by Lisa Renee Ward | | email@example.com
Spring makes many residents start looking forward to heading down to Fifth Third Field to watch Toledo’s own Mud Hens take the field. The internet is a buzz with the preparation and there are plenty of blog posts out there on the Mud Hens or sites might be of interest to those of you fans of baseball.
First up is Tony Schiavone the Gwinnett Braves radio announcer who has a blog where he takes A Look at the Toledo Mud Hens where a brief summary is shared. The picture is a bit stretched, but the blog is a recommended one to keep up to date on Baseball news.
While Carol Smith may be in North Carolina, her heart and a few thoughts on her blog focus on Opening Day at the Mud Hens. You’ll also enjoy the picture of what a real “Mud Hen” looks like.
Andrew Hess is playing for the Lakeland Flying Tigers as a starting pitcher this year, but his blog, Tigers Minor League Baseball Blog is one that I’ve recommended in the past to keep up to date on news related to the minor league teams that make up the feeder teams of the Detroit Tigers.
The “officially recommended” by the Toledo Mud Hens is Jason Beck, most of the recent blog posts have focused on the Detroit Tigers but I expect the Hens to get more coverage once the season begins. Jason has been covering baseball for over 7 years.
Another recommended blog is the one written by Matt Wallace, Take 75 North. Matt covers the Detroit Tigers but also the comings and goings of those from the farm teams. A recent post on Macay McBride was a great read because Matt explained the process in a way that those of us who may not be expert fans would understand.
Over in Allentown, the IronPigPen doesn’t focus on Toledo often, but they do have a nice blog for baseball fans and they did a nice job with the Scouting Report on Toledo.
So whether you want to head down and watch the Mud Hens play or you want to read about it later? These blogs will help you score a home run!
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