LEXINGTON, KY – Changes continue to come to the returning Lexington Legends for the upcoming 2024 season.

After beginning the move in 2023, the team announced on Wednesday that the entire facility of Legends fieldwill become cashless for 2024 and beyond. This includes parking, tickets, food, and merchandise and will be in effect for all Legends games, other baseball games, and all non-baseball events.

Legends Field will accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. In addition, visitors will be able to convert cash to gift cards or “Mighty Money” at the box office, which will be accepted at all locations in the ball park.

In addition to going cashless, the team has announced a “Clear Bag Policy” similar to many sporting and event facilities across the country.

Clear tote bags made of plastic, vinyl, or PVC will be allowed, as well as clear plastic storage/freezer resealable bags or a small purses or wallets. Items such as backpack, large purses, tote bags, and luggage will not be permitted. Diaper bags will also be allowed, but will be subject to search at the gate.

The Lexington Legends open the 2024 Atlantic League season on Thursday night, April 25th at the ballpark on 207 Legends Lane against the High Point (NC) Rockers. Single game tickets as well as season and group tickets are on sale now at LexingtonLegends.com or by calling team offices at (859) 252-HITS (4487).

About the Lexington Legends
The 2024 Lexington Legends are entering their 24th season play, and 4th in the Atlantic League of professional baseball. Home games are played at The Ballpark at 207 Legends Lane in Lexington, Kentucky. Please call 859-252-HITS (4487) or visit www.LexingtonLegends.com for more information.

About the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB)
Now in its 26th season, the Atlantic League is Major League Baseball’s first Professional Partner League, a player gateway to the major leagues, and a leader in baseball innovation. ALPB has sent over 1,200 players to MLB organizations while drawing over 46 million fans to its family-friendly ballparks throughout its 25-year history. Please visit www.AtlanticLeague.com.

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