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Lexington Legends baseball field construction, 2001

Posted on April 7, 2016 | in Uncategorized | by
The Lexington Legends baseball field in the process of being sodded, March 1, 2001. The stadium, located next to Northland Shopping Center, was named Applebee’s Park for the team’s first nine seasons. Since 2011, it has been called Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The Legends are a single-A minor league baseball team that started as an affiliate of the Houston Astros. They are now part of the Kansas City Royals farm system. April 7 is opening night for the 2016 season. Photo by Janet Worne | staff

The Lexington Legends baseball field during sodding, March 1, 2001. The stadium, next to Northland Shopping Center, was named Applebee’s Park for the team’s first nine seasons. Since 2011, it has been called Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The Legends are a single-A minor league baseball team that started as an affiliate of the Houston Astros. They are now part of the Kansas City Royals farm system. Here is another photo of the Legends’ stadium construction. April 7 is opening night for the 2016 season. Photo by Janet Worne | Staff

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