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Safeco Field no more: Mariners stadium to get new name

13 Juin 2017

A general view during the Opening Day game between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Seattle Mariners on April 14, 2009 at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington. The Twins defeated the Mariners 8-5.

Mariners president and CEO Kevin Mather said in the press release, "Safeco Insurance has been a great partner of the Mariners dating back to the earliest days of the franchise, including the ballpark naming rights for the last 20 years".

Tuesday morning the Seattle Mariners and Safeco Insurance announced that the naming rights agreement between the two entities will come to an end at the conclusion of the 2018 season, meaning that Safeco Field will have a new name in 2019.

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The agreement between Safeco and the Mariners began in 1998, a year before the stadium opened.

We also should note that for more than six years, KeyBank has not paid for naming rights on KeyArena.

However, other properties created for the World's Fair - the Monorail, the Armory (formerly the Center House), etc. - were renamed in 2012 at the city's cost for the 50 anniversary of the Seattle World's Fair. "We appreciate everything Safeco has done over the years to support our organization and look forward to continuing the relationship in the future". The name Safeco Field has lit up the SoDo skyline on the roof, at the gates, and above the left field bleachers since the stadium opened in July 1999.

Safeco Field no more: Mariners stadium to get new name