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Mets Sought Fair Dimensions For Citi Field, Could Tweak In Future
Published February 9, 2009
|Mets Debate A Pitcher-Friendly Or
STOP PAYMENT? NEWSDAY’s Brand & Baumbach reported Citigroup is in the last year of a 10-year, $2.3M naming-rights deal for the independent Atlantic League Long Island Ducks’ ballpark, and the chances of keeping the bank’s name on the facility "might not be as good" as retaining the rights to the Mets' Citi Field. Ducks Owner Frank Boulton said that Citi has “not only canceled [its] seats but sponsorship of the pocket schedule holder, both expenses incurred on an annual basis” (NEWSDAY, 2/7).