Signs of change ahead for Astros' stadium name
As the final remnants of Enron Field's signage are removed, another energy company and a computer manufacturer reportedly are interested in putting their names on the Houston Astros' stadium.
The Astros paid $2.1 million in February to buy back the stadium naming rights from Houston-based Enron, which is embroiled in a well-publicized bankruptcy that has had ripple effects on the national economy. It has taken a month to remove all references to Enron, including large signage, from the stadium. ...
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