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KeySpan Park Isn’t Called KeySpan Park Anymore

Considering a company called KeySpan no longer exists — it was purchased by National Grid in 2007 — it was only a matter of time before the Brooklyn Cyclones' home ballpark got a new name. So, going forward, get used to saying things like, "Let's buy tickets to 'Jersey? Sure! Night' at MCU Park." Cyclones general manager Steve Cohen says they could have changed the name of the stadium to reflect KeySpan's new corporate parent, but since National Grid isn't a local company, they decided to dissolve the original deal instead. Municipal Credit Union will be picking up the final eleven years of KeySpan's original twenty-year agreement. [NYT]

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