Legends set five caravan stops around Kentucky

January 24, 2014 

The Lexington Legends have announced five stops around Kentucky for their pre-season caravan.

The visits will take place during the first two weeks in February. Additional caravan stops will be announced soon, the team said.

The events are designed not only to generate anticipation for the 2014 season, but to allow the Legends to show appreciation to fans and media throughout the region.

"The Legends' caravan is a sure sign that spring and baseball are on the way," said Legends president and chief operating officer Andy Shea. "We appreciate the support of the fans, and we encourage them to come out and be part of the fun when the caravan comes to town."

At each stop, the Legends will have items to give away, and fans will also have a chance to win prizes, including tickets to the opening night game April 3. Legends mascot Big L will be available for photographs, and live radio broadcasts will originate from each location.

The schedule:

Tuesday, Feb. 4: Cynthiana, 8-9 a.m. Legends staffers will be guests on the Coffee Break program on WCYN-AM, originating from Biancke's Restaurant, 102 S. Main Street.

Wednesday, Feb. 5: Richmond, 2-4 p.m. Powell Building, Eastern Kentucky University campus. WLFX-FM 106.7 will broadcast live.

Thursday, Feb. 6: Somerset, 3:30-5:30 p.m. Josh Anderson Baseball and Softball Academy, 404 Monticello St. Anderson, a native of Pulaski County, a Legends Hall of Famer, a former EKU star and a former major league player will be on hand. Clear Channel Lake Cumberland, including Fox Sports 1240, will provide live broadcasts.

Wednesday, Feb. 12: Jackson, 10 a.m.-noon. Rose Bros. Department Store, 695 Hwy 15 N. #1. WJSN's Sportstalk show will broadcast live from the store.

Thursday, Feb. 13: Danville, 4-6 p.m. South Town Family Restaurant, 3678 South Danville Bypass. WRNZ-FM will have live reports.

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