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It’s ‘Impact Field’ for Chicago Dogs

The new independent league baseball stadium under construction in Rosemont (IL) will be called Impact Field, after Impact Networking and the Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association) inked a 12-year naming rights deal.  Read more here.

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Name of New Rangers Ballpark: ‘Globe Life Field’

On Thursday, the Rangers announced that the new stadium to be built adjacent to Globe Life Park will be called Globe Life Field after the insurance company extended a naming rights deal with the baseball team.  Read more here.  View HKS renderings here.

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Naming Rights Details Coming Today for Rangers’ New Home

The Texas Rangers’ new $1 billion retractable roof ballpark won’t be ready until 2020, but the team is ready to give it a name.  The team has scheduled a press conference for 11 a.m. Thursday to give out details about the naming rights for the new ballpark.  Read more here.

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It’s ‘SRP Park’ for GreenJackets’ New Digs, Ballpark Logo Unveiled

PRESS RELEASE – The Augusta GreenJackets and SRP FCU announced at a Press Conference that the new stadium under construction in North Augusta, SC will be known as SRP Park. Continue reading

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No More Dr. Pepper Ballpark in Frisco

After nearly 15 years as the naming rights sponsor of the city-owned ballpark, Dr Pepper is stepping back. The Plano (TX)-based company’s contract expires at the end of September, meaning a new corporate team will get to put its moniker on the home of the Frisco RoughRiders (Double-A, Texas League).  Read more here.

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Jackson County (MI) Moving Forward with Fairgrounds Development without Ballpark

A naming rights partnership for the proposed Frontier League (Independent Professional) baseball stadium and team was expected to be announced at the Tuesday, Aug. 8 Board of Commissioners study session before the deal fell apart.  While it could resurface, the county is moving forward with redesigning the fairgrounds without a stadium in the middle.  Read more here.

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No More ‘Safeco Field’ After 2018

Safeco Insurance and the Seattle Mariners jointly announced Tuesday that their 20-year ballpark naming rights deal will not be extended past 2018.  The question now is, who will have their name on the ballpark next?  Read more here.

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