Lexington Legends Updates

  • Speeding into 2015

    Posted on April 2, 2015

    Terrance Gore stole 68 bases for the Lexington Legends in 2013.

    Just one year after he played for the Lexington Legends, Terrance Gore appeared in a World Series game for the Kansas City Royals. He'll start 2015 in the minors, but is trying to earn a return trip to the big leagues by becoming a more complete player.


  • Former Legend Mondesi rated KC’s top prospect

    Posted on November 10, 2014

    Shortstop Raul Mondesi, rated the top prospect in the Kansas City Royals organization by Baseball America, was a Lexington Legend in 2013.

    Shortstop Raul Mondesi, who played for the Lexington Legends in 2013, has been rated by Baseball America as the top prospect in the Kansas City Royals organization.


  • Giants 'MadBum' got his first professional win in Lexington

    Posted on October 27, 2014

    San Francisco Giants' star Madison Bumgarner got his first victory as a professional April 12, 2008 in Lexington while pitching for the Augusta GreenJackets.

                  San Francisco Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner, the ace of the National League champions’ staff and the winner of two games in the 2014 World Series, got his first taste of victory as a professional in Lexington.  


  • All signs good for Pence

    Posted on October 20, 2014

    Hunter Pence hit 25 homers and drove in 60 runs for the Legends while batting .338 in 80 games in 2005.

    The Lexington Legends are a proud affiliate of the American League champion Kansas City Royals, and Legends staffers are looking forward to rooting for the Royals in their first World Series appearance since 1985. But the Legends also have a strong connection to the National League champion San Francisco Giants.


  • Royals, former Legends provide playoff connections

    Posted on October 10, 2014

    Former Legend Terrance Gore, who stole 68 bases for Lexington in 2013, has made his mark as a pinch-runner with the Kansas City Royals in their run to the ALCS.

    Lexington Legends fans still have the team’s parent club and four former Legends to root for in major league baseball’s postseason.


  • Legends close out at Fenway-like Fluor Field

    Posted on August 30, 2014

    The Lexington Legends are playing their final series of the season in a ballpark that is modeled after Fenway Park, the famed home of the Boston Red Sox.


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