MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Twins have rescheduled three games with the Chicago White Sox that were postponed by wintry weather.
The Twins set a straight doubleheader for June 5, when the White Sox return to Minnesota for what will now be a four-game series. The original game will start a half-hour after the makeup game is finished.
The White Sox will make a one-game stop on Aug. 20, what was an off day for both clubs. The Twins begin a two-game series in Chicago the following day.
Then the two teams will play a split doubleheader on Sept. 28, setting up a four-game series to finish the regular season.
The Twins beat the White Sox on Thursday, before the storm arrived and dropped 15 inches of snow on Minneapolis over the weekend.