Ned Skeldon Stadium

Maumee, Ohio

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Ned Skeldon Stadium - Maumee, Ohio
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Seating Capacity: 10,025
Dimensions: LF 325
CF 410
  RF 325
Year Opened: 1965
Former Notable Players: Travis Fryman, Kirk Gibson, Joe Niekro, Kirby Puckett, Tim Teufel, and Frank Viola.
Notes: This was the home of the Toledo Mud Hens until 2002, when the stadium was abandoned for the downtown Fifth Third Field. It was opened in 1965 as Lucas County Stadium, later renamed for the one-time President of the Lucas County Commissioners, Edward J. Skeldon, who championed the conversion of the county fairground race track into a ball park.
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