Tagged: Legends

8 HOME games left….

So the Lexington Legends kick off their FINAL homestand of the season, tomorrow Tuesday August 19th at 7:05pm versus the Hickory Crawdad.

As I blogged about during the last post, our Legends have had a tough time as of late getting those bats moving.
At last check on Thursday, the team picked up their first win in eleven games..

But, NEVER fear…
With 8 HOME games left, hopefully those bats start a-swingin and those runs start coming in and those L’s get switched to W’s.

Since tomorrow is Tuesday that means its Quarter-HotDog night. It’s also a Chevron 2-for-1 Tuesday night, which means, if you get 8 gallons of gas or more at any local Chevron you can get a voucher for 2-for-1 tickets from the cashier. 
Pretty Sweet deal, huh?

Hopefully, WE see you at the game tomorrow.
Let’s keep cheering for the home team!

that’s all for now..

keep it SUPER,

Famous Staches…

Hello ALL:

I hope everyone had a FANTABULOUS weekend.
I of course, enjoyed another GREAT weekend away from the ballpark.
Whether it was hitting up the downtown scene or being at Rupp Arena in Lexington both on Friday and Saturday night…I definitely had a blast.

For those keeping count…I’m officially OUT in the Stache Bash ’08 hair-fest, but some in our front office are keeping it going and when you see the updated pictures, I’m sure you will enjoy them very much.

Onto today’s Famous Stache of the Day..

ron burgundyLegendary Anchorman, Ron Burgundy.

He is a five-time (local) emmy award-winning journalist, he is the main anchor for the KVWN Channel Four News Team from 1964 to 1977. Always confident and well-dressed, he is nevertheless ignorant, egoistical, misogynistic, and narcissistic,
but also remains the rock for the entire group. He develops an
infatuation with newcomer Veronica Corningstone, initially having
trouble wooing her with tried and true measures that allegedly won him
many bimbo-type women in the past. He has a great fondness for a good glass of scotch-whiskey, poetry, and his best friend/pet dog Baxter, and plays a mean jazz pipe. He refers to his fists as Jack Johnson and Tom O’Leary, calls his arms “guns”, and is most definitely not afraid to resort to fisticuffs.”

Thanks to my good friends at wikipedia.org for helping with the bio for Mr. Burgundy.

The homestand kicks off THIS WEDNESDAY night as its Ladies Night here at Applebee’s Park, which means
Ladies (and gentlemen) can buy one ticket and get another for FREE when you present your Sun Tan City card at the box office!
It’s a 8-day homestand, so there is no reason that you should miss a chance at stopping by to catch a game.

That’s all for now, but TRUST ME, I’ll be writing back soon.
Thanks for reading.

keep it SUPER fans!