White Sox - Indians postponed

CLEVELAND — The White Sox game against the Cleveland Indians scheduled for Saturday night was postponed because of rain.

No makeup date has been announced, but it’s likely the teams will play a day-night doubleheader when the Sox play a mid-week three-game series Sept. 20-22 in Cleveland.

Edwin Jackson, the Sox’ scheduled starter on Saturday, will pitch Sunday. Indians right-hander Justin Masterson will pitch Sunday as scheduled. Lefty David Huff was slated to pitch Saturday but is now out of the Indians plans for the Sox.

Pitching coach Don Cooper did not know how the Sox’ rotation would be altered past Sunday. He said he would discuss it with manager Ozzie Guillen Saturday night and make a determination later.

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