White Sox and Indians are rained out

The teams will will play a doubleheader Tuesday in Cleveland.

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An Indians fan waits out a rain shower at Progressive Field in a 2017 file photo. Monday’s White Sox-Indians game was rained out. The teams will play a doubleheader on Tuesday.

An Indians fan waits out a rain shower at Progressive Field in a 2017 file photo. Monday’s White Sox-Indians game was rained out. The teams will play a doubleheader on Tuesday.

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CLEVELAND — The White Sox’ scheduled game against the Indians Monday night at Progressive Field has been postponed due to rain.

The teams will make the game in a straight doubleheader Tuesday starting at 2:40 p.m. CST. White Sox right-hander Dylan Cease and Aaron Civale will pitch the first game, followed by Sox lefty Carlos Rodon and the Indians’ Adam Plutko in the second game.

The Sox were set to open a three-game series at and their first road trip, an eight-game trip that continues in Kansas City and Milwaukee.

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