White Sox-Mariners game suspended in 3rd inning because of rain, will resume Sunday afternoon

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CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox-Seattle Mariners game Saturday at Guaranteed Rate Field was suspended in the third inning because of rain and will resume at 1:10 p.m. Sunday.

After the game is completed, the Sox and Mariners will play their regularly scheduled series finale, which will be seven innings.

The Sox did not announced their pitching plans for Sunday, and manager Tony La Russa was unavailable for comment. Dallas Keuchel was scheduled to start.

Saturday’s game began after a 1 hour, 8 minute rain delay and was halted with no score after the Mariners batted in the top of the third. Lance Lynn allowed no runs on no hits with two walks in three innings but will be unavailable on Sunday.

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