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White Sox, Royals Rained Out; Doubleheader Today

Monday night's game between the Kansas City Royals and White Sox in Chicago was postponed due to rain. The teams will play a straight doubleheader on Tuesday starting at 3:40 p.m. CT.


Kansas City right-hander Brady Singer (8-10, 5.34) will start against Chicago right-hander Dylan Cease (6-,7, 4.98) in the opener. Royals righty Jordan Lyles (4-16, 6.24) will oppose White Sox righty Touki Toussaint (3-6, 4.70) in the nightcap.


The Royals entered Monday with the worst record in the majors at 44-100. The White Sox, at 55-88, have the fourth-worst record in MLB.


Both AL Central rivals have been mathematically eliminated from the postseason.

Earlier on Monday, the White Sox recalled right-hander Deivi Garcia and catcher Carlos Perez from Triple-A Charlotte. Chicago optioned outfielder Oscar Colás and righty Edgar Navarro to the farm team.


Colás made the White Sox opening day roster and was slotted as a regular in right field. But the 24-year-old Cuban batted just .216 with five homers and 19 RBIs in 75 games and, despite talent, still needs to work on baseball basics and reducing mistakes.


Hear today's action starting with the pregame just after 3 pm on WHOW. 

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