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2012 Toledo Mud Hens Season in Review

Nevin had a challenge navigating the Mud Hens

There is always a chance their farm team will struggle — unfortunately for the Toledo Mud Hens, this statement proved to be true this season. The Mud Hens were inconsistent to say the least as the roster was always in flux due to the demands of the big league club and finished with a season record of 60-84.

Their win percentage of 0.417 was mediocre and it landed them in third place of the International League West Division and 29 games out of first place, which was a uncontested race and taken by the Indianapolis Indians. Pitching Leading the team on the mound this year for the Mud Hens was Adam Wilk. He and Thad Weber tied for the most wins with seven and losses with 11, but... Recommended Stories

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