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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 club. In recent years, the Astros have fallen off and this […]

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Alan and Kathy Stein cheer on the Legends, from the book, Bluegrass Baseball

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

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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

Last Call for Baseball: Legends closes out the 2010 season

J.R. TowlesThe Lexington Legends will close out the 2010 season with the Hagerstown Suns & the Rome Braves.The final homestand includes the final Thirsty Thursday of the

A Legend Digs THE Legends

Courtesy of Lexington Legends: Photo of Bill Murray wearing a Lexington Legends cap as he sits with Spike Lee at last

Introducing the New Lexington Legends Manager: Andy Shea, at home in the Bluegrass

Andy Shea, named General Manager of the Lexington Legends this past November, is the Youngest General Manager in Minor League Baseball. Originally from Philadelphia, Shea has been a member of



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