The lone ranger
Toledo managed to take one of seven games during their week-long home stand.
Tuesday the team won game two of their series against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, 5-3.
Head went 3-for-4 at the plate on Tuesday and helped the Mud Hens to their 15 overall hits in their two-run win.
Starting pitcher Adam Wilk earned his first win since May 1 after pitching six innings, where he gave up three runs on six hits with six K's.
The win ended a seven-game losing streak for the Mud Hens, but it was short lived, seeing they lost every game the rest of the week.
Rain or shine
Even in perfect weather conditions the Mud Hens couldn't capitalize.
On Wednesday, Toledo dropped a close 2-1 pitching duel against Lehigh.
Casey Crosby retired his first 11-of-12 batters and it wasn't until the fifth inning that the Iron Pigs put the pressure on him —he gave up back –to-back doubles leading to the first run of the game.
Alex Avila tied the game with an RBI single, but it was the throwing error from Rob Brantley that did them in and allowed the Iron Pigs second and final run to win the game.
On a rain soaked Thursday, the story was the same, but the weather prolonged the loss into Friday.
Another Lehigh home run and another rain delay later the game was decided at 7-3 in favor of the IronPigs in their series finale.