Officials might rename subway stations near CitiField
NEW YORK -- Transit officials hope to profit from the record-breaking sale of naming rights for the New York Mets' new ballpark by offering to change the names of nearby stations, according to a spokesman.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials plan to negotiate with Citigroup Inc., which is reportedly paying an average of more than $20 million annually to name the Queens stadium CitiField, spokesman Tom Kelly told the Daily News for Tuesday editions.
Two stations carry the ...
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