Legends End On a High-Note With 4-game sweep…

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Robert Bono.jpgHey there baseball fans and welcome into this cool edition of Diggin In to the Legends with me…SuperMario. I hope you all had a fantastic Labor Day weekend and didn’t a little tooo much fun because I definitely did. Haha…

But anywho…Lexington Legends pitcher, Robert Bono pitched a four-hitter and the Lexington Legends closed out the 2009 season on a high-note Monday, with a 5-1 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods.

Our hometeam actually swept the Hot Rods in the 4-game series and won 12 of its last 17 games. Pretty Cool, huh?

Albert Cartwright and Freddie Hernandez each had three hits for Lexington, and Marques Williams drove in two runs. Eric Suttle hit his first home run of the season, a leadoff shot in the ninth.

Bono (10-8) did not allow a base runner until Mike Sheridan’s two-out single in the fifth inning. He struck out four, allowed four hits and walked none for his third complete game of the season, second-most in the league.

On April 8th, 2010, the Legends open up it’s 10th anniversary of baseball on the road in Charleston, South Carolina versus the Riverdogs. The home opener is Friday, April 16 at Applebee’s Park against the Greenville Drive.

Get excited..

until next time,

keep it SUPER fans!

-Mario 

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