Omar Ramirez was named manager of the Lexington Legends for the 2015 season.
He will be joined by pitching coach Carlos Reyes, hitting coach Damon Hollins and bench coach Glenn Hubbard.
Hubbard is back for a second season with the Legends.
Lexington's parent club, the American League champion Kansas City Royals, announced field staff assignments Friday for all their minor league affiliates.
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Brian Buchanan, who managed the Legends for the past two seasons, was named manager of the Royals' Class A Advanced affiliate, the Wilmington (Del.) Blue Rocks of the Carolina League.
The Legends' season starts in Charleston, S.C., on April 9. Their home opener is set for Thursday, April 16, at 7:05 p.m. against the West Virginia Power.
■ Ramirez has served as the manager of the Idaho Fall Chukars, the Royals' affiliate in the rookie-level Pioneer League, for the last three seasons. Idaho Falls was the league champion in 2013.
Ramirez was the hitting coach at Idaho Falls in 2011, and also served as the hitting coach for Royals affiliates in Burlington, N.C. (Appalachian League) in 2009 and Burlington, Iowa (Midwest League) in 2010.
Ramirez was an outfielder for Hill Junior College in Texas before being selected in the 31st round of the 1990 draft by the Cleveland Indians. He played eight seasons in the minor leagues with the Indians and Houston Astros, reaching the Triple-A level in both organizations.
■ Reyes is in his eighth season with the Royals' organization. He pitched professionally for 13 seasons, reaching the majors with Oakland in 1994. He also pitched for San Diego, Boston, Philadelphia and Tampa Bay.
Reyes compiled a 20-36 record with a 4.66 ERA in 293 major league appearances.
■ Hollins enters his sixth season with the Royals. He played in the major leagues for the Braves in 1998 and 2004, for the Dodgers in 1998 and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2005 and 2006.
Before joining the Royals' organization in 2011, Hubbard spent 21 seasons as a coach in the Atlanta organization, including 12 years as the Braves' first base coach under manager Bobby Cox.
■ Before joining the Braves' major league staff in 1999, Hubbard coached at Bradenton (1990), Macon (1991-92, 1994 and 1998) and Richmond (1993, 1995-97).
Hubbard played in the majors for Atlanta from 1978 to 1987. He concluded his playing career with Oakland, playing on an American League pennant winner in 1988.
Hubbard was a National League All-Star in 1983. He tied a major league record for second basemen with 12 assists in a game on April 14, 1985.