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Toledo sports fans have a rare opportunity to catch some Walleye hockey action and Mud Hens baseball on the same day.
On Tuesday, the Mud Hens will be hosting Indianapolis at Fifth Third Field starting at 6:30 p.m., and the Walleye will be hosting Cincinnati in Game 6 of their playoff series at 7:30 p.m. at the Huntington Center.
"We knew eventually at some point this was going to happen, both teams playing not only at the same day, but there would be an overlap in times," said Erik Ibsen, Assistant General Manager for the Toledo Mud Hens and Toledo Walleye.
Fans can purchase a combo ticket which gets them into both events.
"For $22, gets you tickets to both games," he said. "You have access to come and go from both events, if you want to start at the Hens and make your way over when the game starts you can do that."
For downtown businesses, it's a chance to have a busier than normal Tuesday evening.
"Any time on Tuesday when there's an event downtown, not just one but two events, we'll definitely be a lot busier. It's great for everyone downtown," said Jason Mandel at Packo's at the Park.