Once a racetrack for the Lucas County fairgrounds, Ned Skeldon Stadium originally opened as Lucas County Stadium to bring the Mud Hens baseball team back to life.
For 37 seasons (1965 – 2001), Ned Skeldon Stadium was home of the Toledo Mud Hens minor league baseball team, based in Maumee, Ohio. The Mud Hens are part of the International League and are affiliated with the Detroit Tigers.
Honestly, it couldn’t have been a better day; unless, of course, the temps were a little warmer than 55°F. It didn’t help that the cool air from Lake Erie was gently blowing, but that didn’t stop me from getting a few pics before we left.
Hey look at that! It’s April already. Holy crap this year is flying by faster than I care for it to be, but that’s just me.
With that said, currently I’ve been working on some back-end stuff for the site, as well as merging posts from my Lost in Ohio site to this one. It just makes sense to keep it all under one roof. Or one website. Whatever.
Of course, the theme has been changed to Twenty Sixteen. For some reason, I really like the look and functionality of it. Plus being free doesn’t hurt, either.
Lastly, posting. I swear I need to kick my own ass to get in gear. Luckily, I have a few new posts in progress and once I finish moving posts from the other site over, I’ll have them ready to go.