Toby Hyde:

So it goes.

Originally posted on Metsblog:

Digital Domain is canceling it’s $100,000 per year agreement for naming rights on the Mets’ stadium in Port St. Lucie as part of it’s corporate restructuring in bankruptcy court, according to Ballpark Digest.

Earlier this month, Digital Domain, a special effects company in Port St. Lucie, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and reached a deal to sell its main business to a private investment firm for $15 million.

According to the report, Digital Domain is already behind $50,000 in payments for the naming rights on the stadium, an agreement they originally signed in 2010.

New naming rights have not been announced for the ballpark.

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