Relief pitchers, free agents, designated hitters and sabermetrics are some of the more recent aspects of the game affectionately called "our national pastime," but as Alan Lytle recently discovered there are still places where people can see baseball in a more primitive, and arguably purer form.
Nearly two years ago to the day, the feed mill at the University of Kentucky’s C. Oran Little Research Center caught fire, totally destroying the facility. This Friday officials welcomed visitors to the new and improved version.
It’s not every day you pass a vehicle outfitted with multiple cameras and a “Danger: Laser” sign on the trunk, but that’s just what Lexington drivers might see winding through their neighborhoods over the next couple weeks. It's all part of a digital survey of road conditions throughout the city.