“see them play in beautiful Fifth Third Field”
The Dayton Dragons are the Midwest League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds and play a 70-game home schedule at beautiful Fifth Third Field in downtown Dayton, easily accessible from Interstate 75. Fifth Third Field is the name of a minor league baseball stadium in Toledo, Ohio. The facility is home to the Toledo Mud Hens, an International League team and the Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The stadiums seats 10,300 and opened in 2002. It hosted the 2006 Triple-A All-Star Game and home run derby. The stadium was named one of the best minor league ballparks in America by Newsweek. In the summer of 2007, ESPN.com rated The Roost section of Fifth Third Field as the best seats to watch a game in minor league baseball. The Ohio-based Fifth Third Bank purchased the naming rights to the stadium. Fifth Third Bank also holds the naming rights to Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio, Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park, Michigan and Fifth Third Arena on the campus of the University of Cincinnati.
Fifth Third Field is an excellent place to watch a baseball game. Not a bad seat in the house, and a great atmosphere for kids and adults alike. They always have wacky promotions, and if you're a baseball fan, it's a great chance to see future players.
I recommend going on a Reds off-day, it's only about an hour drive. Well worth it!
Honestly not a bad seat in the house. For it being only Single A baseball, you really cant go wrong here. Cheap tickets and pretty cheap beer. There is a reason why every game has been sold out!
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