Lexington Legends Ballpark

Park Name: Lexington Legends Ballpark

Tenants: Lexington Legends (Atlantic League)

Opened: 2001

Address: 207 Legends Ln, Lexington, Kentucky 40505

Dimensions: 320' (L), 401' (C), 318' (R)

Former Names:

Applebees Park (2001-2010)

Whitaker Bank Ballpark (2011-2020)

Former Tenants:

Lexington Legends (South Atlantic League) 2001-2019

The view from behind home plate at Lexington Legends Ballpark.

The view from down the first base line. A small out of town scoreboard sits next to the water tower behind the center field fence.

The view from down the third base line. The party pavilion and picnic pavilion have cupolas on the roof reminiscent of Kentucky's horse racing culture.

The scoreboard in center field shoots flames when the Legends hit a home run or win a game.

The grandstand at Lexington Legends Ballpark. The roof has the steeples and flags that celebrate the horse racing culture of Kentucky

The Maker's Mark Club sits along the concourse behind home plate, and the patrons can look out onto the field.

The Lexington Legends Hall of Fame. Plaques celebrate former Legends players who have made the majors, rehabbing Major Leaguers like Roger Clemens and entertainment acts that have performed at the park.

The Greenville Drive at bat at Lexington Legends Ballpark.