A naming rights contract hasn’t been “fully negotiated or signed by any of the necessary parties,” says the lawsuit. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. A lawsuit is disputing the use of Routine Baseball’s name at Routine Field in Franklin. (Photo: Curt Hogg / Now News Group) The company for which Routine Field is named is suing the developer of that Franklin baseball park, claiming it is using its name and logo without approval. Franklin-based baseball apparel company Routine Baseball LLC says it approved a nonbinding letter of intent to sign a naming rights contract with Ballpark Commons LLC, which operates the stadium. However, a naming rights contract hasn’t been “fully negotiated or signed by any of the necessary parties,” says the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court. Ballpark Commons owner Michael Zimmerman, who’s also named in the lawsuit, said Routine Baseball has stated on its website and in social media posts that the naming rights deal amounted to a major milestone for the company. Zimmerman noted a July 11 WTMJ story in whi...