Chicago White Sox left fielder Melky Cabrera made $14 million this past season.
That's also about what it cost U.S. Cellular to drop its name from the home of the Sox, the wireless company said Friday.
The Chicago-based company said its third-quarter earnings were dinged — to the tune of $13 million — as a result of expenses from ending its naming rights agreement early.
Mortgage provider Guaranteed Rate recently bought the naming rights, and the ballpark's name officially changed earlier this week to Guaranteed Rate Field, from U.S. Cellular Field. The stadium originally was called Comiskey Park until U.S. Cellular bought the naming rights in 2003 in a deal that had...