Hoover joins former Reds teammates Brandon Phillips (player/part owner), Tony Cingrani, and Jordan Pacheco on the Lexington squad.
In a historic move, Phillips will join Lexington as the first-ever Atlantic League player to be on the roster for a team that he co-owns.
Former Reds' Legends test Atlantic League ownership waters,
Pugh, a 15thround draft pick of the Mets in 2010, spent three seasons in their system and hit six home runs, 29 RBI, and swiped 27 bases in 118 games during that span.
Florence won the championship that the Legends hosted postseason, per Lexington team source.
During his eight seasons of pro baseball, Peterson has shined with a 19-14 record and a 3.20 ERA. He tossed 357 innings and struck out 414 batters while only walking 91 during that time span.
Eiland’s tutelage helped lead the Kansas City Royals and the New York Yankees to World Series Crowns in 2015 and 2009, respectively.
Phillips, 34, launched four home runs, drove in 19 RBI, collected nine doubles and two triples while scoring 33 runs and swiping 13 bases in 77 games with the Ducks in 2013.
Legends join Gastonia Honey Hunters, Long Island Ducks, York Revolution, Lancaster Barnstormers, Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, and High Point Rockers in the Atlantic League.
Molina Drives in three runs for Columbia Fireflies in loss.