Giants Changing Ballpark Name to Oracle Park

The San Francisco Giants are changing the name of their ballpark again.

The stadium will now be known as Oracle Park instead of AT&T Park. The Giants have scheduled a news conference Thursday to announce the 20-year deal with Oracle. New signage was expected immediately.

San Francisco opened the waterfront ballpark in 2000 and it has been known as Pac Bell Park, SBC Park and AT&T Park since 2006. The Giants won the World Series in 2010, ’12 and ’14.

Oracle Arena in Oakland is where the two-time defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors are playing their final season before a move to San Francisco — near the Giants’ venue — and the new Chase Center.

The San Francisco Chronicle first reported the ballpark’s name change on Wednesday.

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