Minnesota Twins’ spring training is now called Lee County Sports Complex

The end of 2021 marked the end of CenturyLink Sports Complex as the name of the Minnesota Twins’ spring training home in Fort Myers.

The Low-A Fort Myers Mighty Mussels also performed in the complex, at Hammond Stadium, where the Twins also do.

CenturyLink became Lumen in 2020, and Twins VP of Communications Dustin Morse has confirmed that some of CenturyLink’s signage is down and that for the time being the resort will revert to its old name, Lee County Sports. Complex, until Minnesota can secure a new sponsor of the naming rights. CenturyLink sponsorship began in 2014.

Fans are featured during the opening of 2021 spring training for the Minnesota Twins at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers. The naming rights for the sports complex itself between the Twins and CenturyLink were concluded at the end of 2021, so it is now known as the Lee County Sports Complex until a new rights sponsor. denomination can be found by the club.

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As for when fans can see the resort’s main tenant, Morse said a date for match tickets has still not been finalized, other than they go on sale next month.

Major League Baseball has currently locked out players as it negotiates with the players’ association on a new collective agreement. The two sides are due to meet on Thursday.

Greg Hardwig is a sports reporter for the Naples Daily News and The News-Press. Follow him on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @NDN_Ghardwig, email him at ghardwig@naplesnews.com. Support local journalism with this special subscription offer on https://cm.naplesnews.com/specialoffer/

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