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A chill-out in Chicago

Posted at 1:04 PM on April 6, 2007 by Bill Wareham

I've heard more than one forward-looking Twins fan wonder aloud this week about what would've happened to this week's games in the new ballpark. For the answer, we take you now to Chicago:


CHICAGO (AP) - It's cold and blustery in the Windy City, and
that's forced the Chicago White Sox to cancel their game tonight
against the Minnesota Twins.

The Sox say the extremely cold temperatures and winds that are
forecast for tonight forced them to postpone the opener of their
three-game series against the Twins.

The team says the game will be rescheduled, but no date is set
yet.

The Sox and Twins have afternoon games scheduled both tomorrow
and Sunday.

Temperatures in Chicago are below freezing today with wind
chills that are dipping into the teens. And there's a possibility
of snow flurries in the forecast for tonight.