The Lexington Counter Clocks released today a series of renderings of planned improvements at the team’s stadium. Designed by renowned architecture firm EOP Architects, the improvements include upgraded viewing decks, hospitality areas, suites, and more. Additionally, approximately nine of the 26 private suites that currently exist at the stadium will be eliminated in order to develop an expanded club level with indoor and outdoor seating
“Ever since joining Lexington’s baseball franchise, our focus has been on making baseball in Lexington the absolute best it can be,” said Lexington Counter Clocks owner Nathan Lyons. “Our stadium has been a wonderful home for more than two decades, but the facilities are in need of notable improvements and upgrades. Our aim is to enhance the baseball experience for our fans by providing a state-of-the-art environment in which the whole family can enjoy an afternoon or an evening at the ballpark.”
Along with the improvements depicted in the renderings released today, the Counter Clocks will be adding a new playground – complete with a 20-foot tall, two-lane slide – to the ballpark’s Kid Zone. New and upgraded menu and beverage options will also be available throughout the ballpark, and new netting is being installed around the field to help keep fans safe.
Counter Clocks players will also enjoy several improvements, including revamped clubhouses with new lockers and new padded walls along the foul line and in the outfield.
Renovations are currently in progress.
The Lexington Counter Clocks season begins on April 28thwith a three-game homestand against the York Revolution. Tickets for the full 2023 season can be purchased here. Lexington Counter Clocks merchandise is available here.
Nathan and Keri Lyons acquired the Lexington Counter Clocks, formerly the Lexington Legends, along with Wild Health Field and its real estate, as part of a transaction from Stands, LLC, and other affiliated companies, whose CEO is Andy Shea. The acquisition was completed in October 2022.