Lexington Legends Tickets
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Lexington Legends vs. Greensboro Grasshoppers
Whitaker Bank Ballpark
May 11 2017
Augusta GreenJackets vs. Lexington Legends
Lake Olmstead Stadium
May 13 2017
Rome Braves vs. Lexington Legends
State Mutual Stadium
May 18 2017
Asheville Tourists vs. Lexington Legends
May 29 2017
Columbia Fireflies vs. Lexington Legends
Spirit Communcations Park
Jun 6 2017
West Virginia Power vs. Lexington Legends
Appalachian Power Park
Jun 22 2017
Greenville Drive vs. Lexington Legends
Fluor Field at the West End
Jun 30 2017
Hagerstown Suns vs. Lexington Legends
Municipal Stadium - MD
Sep 1 2017
Details of Lexington Legends and the Ticket Luck value
Class-A minor team Lexington Legends is based in Lexington, Kentucky and play in the South Atlantic League, in affiliation with Houston Astros. Team's ballpark, Applebee's Park, is situated in the city's inner Beltway inside the New Circle Road.
To play for the rest of the Houston Astros 2006, it was declared that for the third time, Roger Clemens would be coming out of his retirement to take charge as the team's pitcher. Clemens than made his come back to the baseball through Legends, which came out be really helpful on the part of Legends as Clemens allowed no walk but jus one run along with six strikes in 3 innings.
The Legends gained exposure on the national level for the second time, due to an unpleasant event caused by the Tourists Manager Joe Mikulik, who started arguing with the umpire, as he was ejected for the ballpark.
After the passage of several years, big L finally made his come back to Lexington. Big L's up bringing was done by two horse trainers who raised him in those beautiful horse farms. Ever since his childhood Big L has been fond of baseball, and played baseball through out his childhood in those lush farms.
After playing baseball at minor levels in his school and college he was finally drafted by the Houston Colts 45's. This is where his dreams and wishes of playing for a Major League Baseball team were realized. Now as he has retired and it's no more playing for him, he has finally made his way back to his home town of Lexington.
Big L's wife, Elle was born and bred in Corpus Christi, Texas. Ever since her childhood Elle was really good at softball and apart from that she was a huge fan of Houston Colts 45's specially Big L. The couple dated for some time but not after long they both lost contact with each other.
However fate had something else in mind for them, and their destined reunion happened during the 2004 Major League Baseball All Star Game. At their reunion Elle made a promise that she would head to Lexington just to be back with Big L. Later the couple got married in April 2006 at Applebee's Park.
Shortly after their marriage Big L and Elle were blessed with a baby boy, which they called Little L. Little L is also fond of baseball and catch just like his father, and desires to become the part of Legends roster.
Luke Kuboushek performs the duties of Assistant General Manager of the Lexington Legends. It is his first year as an Assistant General Manager of the Legends, before that he has worked for several minor league baseball teams such as Iowa Cubs, Michigan Battle Cats, Battle Creek Yankees, and South west Michigan Devil Rays.
The media department coordinator Rob Gidel is the voice of Lexington Legends. Before becoming a part of Lexington Legends, Gidel was the voice of professional arena football Louisville Fire and the 2007 McDonald's All-American game.