The San Francisco Giants have announced a 20-year naming rights agreement with software giant Oracle Corporation early Thursday morning that will change the name of its China Basin ballpark, team officials said.

The team’s ballpark at 24 Willie Mays Plaza will be renamed from AT&T Park to Oracle Park for the next two decades, the team said.

The Giants will host a news conference at 11 a.m. Thursday morning that will feature baseball legend and Giants’ great Willie Mays, team President and CEO Larry Baer, former Giants manager and current special adviser to the team Dusty Baker and Oracle CEO Mark Hurd.

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