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A's Nearing 20-Year Deal Moving Spring Training To Mesa
Published December 21, 2012
LOOKING FOR A NEW DOMAIN: In N.Y., Ken Belson reports the Mets are "looking for a new sponsor" for their Spring Training ballpark in Port St. Lucie, Fla., after previous rightsholder Digital Domain filed for bankruptcy three months ago. Workers Friday are "expected to remove all signs" related to the animation company. Digital Domain, which had bought the rights to the St. Lucie County-owned facility from '10-18, owed the county $100,000 this year and "owed the Mets a similar amount." But the county "received only two of four required payments," and it was "not immediately clear how much the Mets received" (N.Y. TIMES, 12/21).