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Synonyms for mud hen

a coot found in North America

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The filter cloths are the only consumable product on the Mud Hen, but can last anywhere from eight months to two years, depending on circumstances.--Pristine Environmental, www.fullcirclewater.com; www.themudhen.com
Facing a pair of second-division teams, the Columbus Senators and Cleveland Spiders (the Toledo Mud Hens had moved to Cleveland as a tactic against a potential Federal League invasion in that city) at Nicollet Park, Minneapolis began to surge.
And the president referred to the golfer's ill-fated flirtation with baseball the previous summer whenhe had a trial as a pitcher for minor league side the Toledo Mud Hens.
Other urban agriculture programs featured in the story are the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, which a year ago had 1,250 applicants for the 150 spots in the freshman class, and the Natural Science Technology Center in Toledo, where some of the students have worked during summers on the grounds crew with the Toledo Mud Hens baseball team or at golf courses.
Who were the "mud hens" of America's financial districts in the nineteenth century?
26 Cincinnati Reds Minor League DAV Day at the Ballpark Games Home Team Game Date Opponent Asheville Tourists April 24 Augusta Green Jackets Kinston Indians May 15 Frederick Keys New Britain Rock Cats May 24 New Hampshire Fisher Cats Wilmington Blue Rocks May 25 Frederick Keys * Potomac Nationals May 28 Salem Red Sox Huntsville Stars May 28 Birmingham Barons Arkansas Travelers May 30 Corpus Christi Hooks Durham Bulls May 30 Rochester Red Wings * Louisville Bats May 30 Gwinnett Braves * Toledo Mud Hens June 3 Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Oklahoma City RedHawks June 4 Memphis Redbirds Fresno Grizzlies June 5 Sacramento River Cats So.
RANK TEAM LEAGUE LEVEL OPENINGS OPENINGS LOST SEASON AVG '08 SEASON % Diff (+/-) 1 Columbus Clippers INT aaa 70 2 666,797 9,526 537,889 24.0% 2 Sacramento River Cats PCL aaa 72 0 657,095 9,126 700,168 -6.2% 3 Lehigh Valley IronPigs INT aaa 70 2 641,335 9,162 602,033 6.5% 4 Round Rock Express PCL aaa 72 0 626,899 8,707 668,623 -6.2% 5 Pawtucket Red Sox INT aaa 70 2 625,561 8,937 636,788 -1.8% 6 Louisville Bats INT aaa 70 2 612,525 8,750 631,457 -3.0% 7 Albuquerque Isotopes PCL aaa 72 0 602,129 8,363 593,606 1.4% 8 Dayton Dragons MID afx 69 1 586,193 8,496 586,417 0.0% 9 Toledo Mud Hens INT aaa 70 1 559,037 7,986 584,596 -4.4% 10 Frisco RoughRiders TEX aax 69 1 553,916 8,028 562,166 -1.5%
He batted .154 (4x26) with four RBI in 12 games with the Tigers and batted .257 (52x202) with 10 home runs and 35 RBI in 63 games with the Mud Hens.
Al Nipper, with the 1986 pennant winners, is the pitching coach for the Tigers' Triple-A affiliate, the Toledo Mud Hens; one-year wonder Takashi Saito is pitching in his native Japan for Tohoku; reliever Calvin Schiraldi, also from the '86 Sox, is a teacher and baseball coach at St.