The Twins-White Sox game that was scheduled for Saturday afternoon has been postponed due to a snowstorm that started Friday night time, the group introduced Saturday morning.
The matchup was scheduled for two:10 p.m. ET at Goal Area, however a winter storm warning went into impact calling for the majority of the snowfall to come Saturday afternoon.
That is the second straight game of the collection that has been postponed because the Twins and White Sox did not play Friday due to rain. Sunday’s game, set for two:10 p.m. ET, might be in query as properly relying on how a lot snow falls. The Twins haven’t introduced make-up video games for Friday or Saturday.
With this postponement, the White Sox have had three of their first 15 scheduled video games postponed.
“It’s unimaginable that we’re speaking about snow in the midst of April,” Sox supervisor Rick Renteria stated Friday, per the Chicago Tribune. “We’ll cope with it, and everyone will do what they will to transfer ahead. There’s a lot baseball left and lots of people are coping with it. We’ll simply maintain working by means of it.”