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RCO Law Enjoys a Mud Hens Game at Fifth Third Field

April 12, 2023

Proud to support the home team RCO Law attorneys attended a Mud Hens game on Tuesday, April 11, at Fifth Third Field. The evening included the opportunity to meet with Mud Hens General Manager Erik Ibsen. Erik shared a brief history of the Mud Hens, a Minor League Baseball team of the International League and the Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The Mud Hens have played most seasons in Toledo since 1896. Erik also provided the group with a "behind the scenes" tour of the ballpark. The Mud Hens played at the Lucas County Rec Center from 1965 to 2001 before moving to their new home in Downtown Toledo in 2002.

RCO Law is a pleased to be a longtime season ticket holder and to sponsor a suite for business development purposes.

Photo Cutline: It's was a beautiful night to be on the field with Mudonna, the Mud Hens' mascot. (L to R) Tom and Sharon Gibson, Bill Beach, Zack Lemon, John and Julie Wiley.

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