Naming Rights

Don't know about you, but when I see a name on a building, I usually think either that person or business built it, paid a lot to build it, or that person was dead at the time it was built. Otherwise, there's really no prestige in having a building named for you. Today, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, built in 1966, was named for Overstock.com, founded in 1997.

This is hilarious because if the Oakland Athletics have an overstock of anything it is seats, as the green tarp dragged across its upper deck attests. As a naming-rights partner of a Bay Area sports facility, Overstock joins such reputable businesses as Monster Cable.

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Jesus Christ, MLB, just move the Athletics to San Jose already.

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