AT&T Park is now called Oracle Park

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Better than For more than $200 million, Oracle Corporation, the world’s second-largest software maker, paid for naming rights to AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. The agreement, first reported by Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, will last for 20 years and the change is effective immediately. “The AT&T signs that were installed in 2006 are being removed, to be replaced Thursday with temporary Oracle Park banners.” This is the fourth name for the 18-year-old, waterfront ballpark in San Francisco’s South Beach neighborhood. Monikers have included Pac Bell Par...

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