Sox-Indians series finale postponed by rain in Cleveland

/ by Vinnie Duber
Presented By Nationwide Insurance Agent Jeff Vukovich

Another day, another rainout for the Chicago White Sox.

Unfavorable weather conditions in Northeast Ohio postponed the finale of a four-game set between the White Sox and the division-rival Cleveland Indians on Wednesday afternoon.

The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Thursday, Sept. 23, which turns a potentially crucial four-game series at season's end between the two top teams in the American League Central into a potentially even more meaningful five-game set.

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The White Sox have been hammered by weather-related postponements this season, with this very series featuring a makeup of a game that was postponed in April. The White Sox played two doubleheaders in three days — one against the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday and one to kickstart this series with Cleveland on Monday — in the last week.

After an abrupt and early end to this important series between contenders for the Central crown, the White Sox left Cleveland with a two and a half game lead in the division.

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