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About Us

Legends was started in 2012 with the sole mission of providing a place for young players in the East Denver and surrounding areas to further develop their baseball skills. As there was no batting cage facility in Denver at the time, Legends was the first of its kind by giving players an opportunity to hone their skills in the winter and outside of their team's practices.

While Legends was originally located at the corner of Quebec and Leetsdale where currently Country Fair Garden Center is, we moved in 2016 three blocks away to our current location at Florida Avenue and Parker Road. With the same mission, Legends has more than 250 kids who regularly use our facility between little league and high school players, and strives to provide high quality equipment and instruction for the best price in all of Denver.

Family Owned and Operated

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As the company was started by Mike Lutz, long time Southeast Denver Baseball and Softball League Board Member and local community Legend, his son Dylan became involved after he graduated college in 2021. Together, they have grown Legends into a vibrant batting cage facility that provides a place for young baseball, softball, and cricket players to have fun and grow not just as players, but as people


Mike Lutz is from Fullerton, California and attended college at Princeton University where he played baseball all four years. Moving to Denver in 1994, he worked in the Solid Waste Management Department for the City and County of Denver for 25 years before he retired in 2022. Passionate about the game of baseball, Mike also cares deeply about developing young players and giving them the resources they need to improve their skills and reach higher heights. While you may catch Mike at Legends with his best friend Hank pictured here, he now spends his time still on the board at SEDBSL and enjoys hiking with his wife, Karen.

Dylan, who was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, is an SEDBSL alumni who attended East High School before going on to play at Quinnipiac University. Graduating in 2021, Dylan came to Denver and started to help his dad run the facility. Head varsity baseball coach of East High School's in 2023, Dylan is passionate like his father, pushing players to believe in themselves and be better than they think they are. Deciding to venture out on his own, Dylan now resides in Bozeman, Montana where he enjoys fishing and playing golf.


Developing Talented Players

As Legends has been home to baseball players in Denver for more than a decade, we've had a lot of talent come through our facility, some who are still playing and continue to use our facility today! Below is a list of some our impressive alumni

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