Twins-White Sox game postponed Saturday due to snow

The Twins-White Sox game that was scheduled for Saturday afternoon has been postponed because of a snowstorm that began Friday night, the team announced Saturday morning.

Twins-White Sox game postponed Saturday due to snow

Twins-White Sox game postponed Saturday due to snow

The matchup was scheduled for 2:10 p.m. ET at Target Field, but a winter storm warning went into effect calling for the bulk of the snowfall to come Saturday afternoon.

This is the second straight game of the series that has been postponed as the Twins and White Sox didn't play Friday because of rain. Sunday's game, set for 2:10 p.m. ET, could be in question as well depending on how much snow falls. The Twins have not announced makeup games for Friday or Saturday.

With this postponement, the White Sox have had three of their first 15 scheduled games postponed.

“It’s incredible that we are talking about snow in the middle of April,” Sox manager Rick Renteria said Friday, per the Chicago Tribune. “We’ll deal with it, and everybody will do what they can to move forward. There’s so much baseball left and a lot of people are dealing with it. We’ll just keep working through it.”

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