AT&T Park Is Gone. Now Called “Oracle Park”

Do you like the name? They’ve changed the name of the San Francisco Giants ballpark again, changing the name from AT&T Park to Oracle Park. Oracle, the Silicon Valley company is rumored to have paid around $300 million for a 20 year naming rights deal.

This is the fourth name in the history of this stadium. It opened in 2000 as Pacific Bell Park, changed to SBC Park in 2003, and then AT&T Park in 2006.

This is going to take some getting used to!

Here’s a video of the press conference from San Francisco Giants.



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