U.S. Cellular reportedly paid $13 million to get out of its baseball field naming rights deal with the Chicago White Sox early, freeing up resources it can use in other markets. Read more here.
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U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, will be called Guaranteed Rate Field beginning November 1. A 13-year deal gives the mortgage lender the naming rights for the team’s ballpark. Read more here.
Chicago-based U.S. Cellular has decided to throw in the towel in the Chicago market, but it still plans to keep its name on U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox. The company pays $3.5 million per year for the ballpark’s naming rights. Read more here.
Now this isn’t quite a David vs. Goliath (or even Average Joe’s vs. Globo-Gym) story, but Grandstand Sports, a mom and pop-style neighborhood sports clothing and memorabilia store a few blocks from U.S. Cellular Field, just got a major competitor. On Saturday, the Chicago White Sox opened Chicago Sports Depot — a Continue reading
Beer sales are reportedly down 30 percent at Wrigley Field and U.S. Cellular Field. Arguably, “The weather, the losses, and the no-shows…” are at least part of the problem. Attendance is down 2,313 and 1,117 per game for the Cubs and White Sox, respectively, so far this season. Read more here.