Lexington Legends Return Home on Monday

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 4/08/2013 7:03 pm
     The Lexington Legends are back in action.

     The Minor League baseball club had their home opener on Monday in Lexington.

     There are plenty of changes to this year's club on and off the field.

     Over the off-season the team switched Major League team affiliations from the Houston Astros to the Kansas City Royals.

     That meant a whole new team took the field including the Royals recent top pick Buba Starling.

     The team also has new uniforms this season.

     You can catch the Legends at Whitaker Bank Ballpark all summer.

     For a look at the Legends 2013 schedule click on the link to the teams' website below.

     Lexington Legends
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