Grand Slam Development has proposed turning a 17-acre parking lot across the street from Rupp Arena into a mixed-use development. This would include a new baseball stadium that would be home to the Lexington Legends (Single-A, South Atlantic League). Read more and watch news report here. View rendering here.
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PRESS RELEASE – For a second consecutive year, the South Atlantic League presented its Female Executive of the Year Award to a member of the Lexington Legends’ front office team. Anne Mapson, special projects manager, won the award for the 2016 season. Shannon Kidd, director of stadium operations and human resources manager, was the winner in 2015. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – A former University of Kentucky basketball star will be recognized with a bobblehead giveaway Friday night at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The bobblehead of DeMarcus “Boogie” Cousins is part of a four-game Lexington Legends homestand that opens Thursday night. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – “What’s new at the ballpark?” It’s a question fans often ask as a new season of Lexington Legends baseball approaches. This year, there are several answers. The Legends have invested more than $500,000 in upgrades, all designed to add to the fan experience. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Before the Breeders’ Cup, there’s the Feeders’ Cup. On Saturday, October 24, six days before the Breeders’ Cup World Championships begin at Keeneland, Whitaker Bank Ballpark, home of the Lexington Legends, will be the scene of the Feeders’ Cup Invitational. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Mad Chad the Chainsaw Juggler, a second round of Home Run Derby with Jose Canseco, and Clifford the Big Red Dog are among the nationally-recognized entertainment acts that the Lexington Legends will bring to Whitaker Bank Ballpark during the 2015 baseball season. Extreme pogo, the educational TV characters Arthur and Super Why!, and Myron Noodleman are also Continue reading
MiLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill recently visited Whitaker Bank Ballpark, home of the Single-A Lexington Legends (South Atlantic League). Read more and view photos here.