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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 leagues the distance is much greater. In her book, Bluegrass Baseball, […]
BY TREAD When NBA star Blake Griffin injured his stump-like laig (sic) the wounded Clipper made room on the United States Men's Basketball squad for overall number 1 draft
Mitch Barnhart can summit Kilimanjaro, but can’t make it to the governor’s cup or Lexington Football Luncheon?
Ace contributing sports writer Kevin Faris observed of UK athletic director Mitch Barnhart yesterday on Twitter: "So the UK AD can get to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro,
We Come Not to Bury Anthony Davis, but to Praise Him BY TREAD So, I don’t know if kids still do this, or if the schools even allow such things
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
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
BY BRIAN GARDNER While the Keeneland Spring Meet recently ended and Derby's over, Bluegrass baseball fans are being treated to a horse race of a different color this summer.
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
The Out-of-Towner's Guide to the 2012 Keeneland Spring Meet by Heather C. Watson Every spring, about this time, we start receiving the calls, texts, and emails from our out-of-town friends. Folks
Bow to the Brow BY TREAD Daniel Boone, Simon Kenton, Henry Clay and Dakota Meyer. Those names make the short list of heroes at the top of mind when