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Who is Gary Henderson?

By Brian Gardner Who is Gary Henderson? The enigmatic head coach of UK’s baseball team is a riddle. He has spent more time at Kentucky than John Calipari, Mark Stoops, or Matthew Mitchell, yet he is much less well known. Many […]

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Baseball at the Break: Bucs, Bush, and Boston

BASEBALL AT THE BREAK: BUCS, BUSH AND BOSTON by  Brian C. Gardner As a new baseball season began, the Lexington Legends changed their major league affiliation for the first time

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Movies: The Trouble with Trouble with the Curve

BY BRIAN GARDNER Clint Eastwood’s empty chair  has a cameo in his latest movie Trouble with the Curve.   As the aging baseball scout Gus (played by Eastwood) begins

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Switch Hitters: Lexington Legends go from Astros to Royals

BY BRIAN C. GARDNER The Lexington Legends today announced they are switching their Major League affiliation.  Since their inception on 2001, the Houston Astros have been the Legends' parent

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Lexington Legends Star in New Book, Bluegrass Baseball

BY BRIAN C. GARDNER The drive from Whitaker Bank ballpark, home of The Lexington Legends, to Yankee Stadium is 714 miles. But to a player toiling in Baseball’s minor

UK in the Major League Baseball Draft

BY BRIAN GARDNER Several UK players will be drafted in today's Major League Baseball draft, led by Luke Maile, who has played catcher, first base and DH for the

UK Baseball in NCAA regional tourney, Gary Indiana

BY BRIAN GARDNER While The Music Man may consider “Gary, Indiana, Gary Indiana, my home sweet home,” none of the four college baseball teams playing there this weekend call

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UK Baseball: A Championship Season?

Field of Dreams for UK Baseball BY BRIAN GARDNER Far removed from the luster of Rupp Arena and the celebrated Craft Center, toils UK's Baseball Cats and their menagerie of

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On Alan Stein’s Retirement

On October 5, 2011, Alan Stein, president and CEO of the Lexington Legends announced his retirement. BY BRIAN GARDNER “I’m 36 years old. I love my family.  I love



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