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Lexington Legends Tickets
Team: Lexington Legends
Location: Lexington, Ky.
Affiliation: Kansas City Royals
League: South Atlantic League
Lexington Legends TicketsThe Lexington Legends have been the Single-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals since the 2013 season. The team plays in the South Atlantic League and has won three league titles in their relatively brief existence. Originally created in 2001 as an expansion team, the Legends were the Single-A affiliate for the Houston Astros. The Legends got off to quick success but have gone through periods of both success and disappointment since then. In the team's first season, they put up a record of 92-48, won their division and went on to be the South Atlantic League champions. After making two more playoff runs in the next five seasons, the Legends missed the postseason for the next 11 seasons. The Royals became the parent organization before the 2013 season, but the drought continued. Things have recently turned around for the Legends. They have won the South Atlantic League title in each of the last two seasons. You can get your tickets to see the Lexington Legends at StubHub.
Who manages the Lexington Legends?For 2020, the Lexington Legends will bring back former Major League infielder Brooks Conrad for his second season at the helm. Conrad played for the Legends in 2003, spending 38 games in Lexington on his way to a six-year Major League career that spanned six teams. He made his Major League debut with the Oakland Athletics and retired after the 2014 season when he appeared with the San Diego Padres. Conrad landed his first managerial role in 2018 when he managed the Rookie level Burlington Royals. He took over the Legends in 2019 when Scott Thorman was promoted following the Legends 2018 South Atlantic League championship. In his first season as manager, Conrad put up a record of 31-38 and guided the Legends back to the top as the team repeated as league champions.
Where do the Lexington Legends play home games?Opened in 2001, Whitaker Bank Ballpark is home to the Lexington Legends. The stadium brought professional baseball back to Lexington, Ky., for the first time since 1954. At the time of the stadium's construction, Lexington was the largest market without a Minor League team. The 6,994-seat stadium provides something else for fans to enjoy in a town that is also known for Keeneland Racetrack and Rupp Arena.
Do the Lexington Legends have any rivals?The Legends and the Bowling Green Hot Rods first played in 2009, but they don't play anymore since they're now in separate leagues. However, the two teams are playing an exhibition game before the 2020 season in a battle of bluegrass state squads. The Legends are also part of a rivalry with the West Virginia Power that predates either franchise. The Kentucky/West Virginia border rivalry goes back to the Hatfield and McCoy feud that went on for generations between the two states. Now the two squads battle for South Atlantic League dominance.
Have any Lexington Legends players gone on to play Major League Baseball?As the Single-A affiliate of the Houston Astros, the Legends saw some of the players who were integral parts of the the Astros World Series run come through town. Players like Jose Altuve and Chris Devenski both played Single-A ball for the Legends on their way to the Majors. Other notable players to wear the Legends' uniform include Brady Singer, Nick Pratto, Eric Hosmer and Mike Montgomery.
Where can I buy Lexington Legends tickets?Minor League Baseball fans can go to StubHub, the world's largest online ticket marketplace to get their tickets for any Minor League game they want to see. StubHub provides 360-degree seat previews, electronic ticket delivery and a secure checkout process that guards your private information. You can also find the Lexington Legends schedule at StubHub.
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