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Whitaker Bank Ballpark viewed from its Broadway entrance. Whitaker Bank Ballpark viewed from behind home plate. Whitaker Bank Ballpark is a stadium in Lexington, Kentucky. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Lexington Legends minor league baseball team.[1] It was built in 2001. It holds 6,500 people.[2] Naming rights are held by the Whitaker Bank Corporation.[3] Whitaker Bank Ballpark is modeled after larger minor-league and major-league stadiums. It features the "Pepsi Party Deck" over the right field wall. This area is available to rent by groups. Along the first base line is the "Budweiser Pavilion," where fans can order beer and watch a game from an area of picnic tables. Behind home plate and accessible from the stadium's main entrance, the "Maker's Mark Club" restaurant caters to members and guests with passes. The third base line features a small but popular area for families to watch the games. This area includes a kids area with a carousel, bouncer and obstacle course. The bleachers, behind left field, holds more fans. There are two videoboards and one manual out-of-town scoreboard.[1] The stadium's largest crowd to date came on June 6, 2006, when a standing-room-only crowd of over 9,300 was on hand to witness what the team dubbed "Rocket Relaunch" — Roger Clemens's first stop on his return to the Houston Astros.[citation needed] Stadium firsts Game: April 9, 2001 (7:16 p.m. EST) Attendance: 8,037[4] References ^ a b Whitaker Bank Ballpark at, URL accessed November 24, 2009. Archived 11/24/09 ^ Whitaker Bank Ballpark at, URL accessed November 24, 2009. Archived 11/24/09 ^ New for 2011: Whitaker Bank Ballpark ^ Applebee's Park Firsts at, URL accessed November 24, 2009. Archived 11/24/09 v · d · eCurrent ballparks in the South Atlantic League Northern Division Appalachian Power Park • Applebee's Park • Arthur W. Perdue Stadium • FirstEnergy Park • NewBridge Bank Park • L. P. Frans Stadium • Municipal Stadium Southern Division Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium • Fluor Field at the West End • Grayson Stadium • Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park • Lake Olmstead Stadium • McCormick Field • State Mutual Stadium Coordinates: 38°03′56″N 84°28′43″W / 38.06545°N 84.47852°W / 38.06545; -84.47852 This article about a sports venue in Kentucky is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e