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MLB announces revised White Sox schedule post-lockout

How White Sox schedule affected if April games canceled

MLB announces revised White Sox schedule originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Major League Baseball announced the White Sox’ revised schedule on Wednesday, which reflects games that were postponed due to the league’s lockout.

MLB has extended the regular season to Wednesday Oct. 5. Teams will now end the season with their originally scheduled openers.

The White Sox will host the Twins Oct. 3-5. They originally were slated to end the season at the Padres.

The Sox original second series of the season (at the Royals) will be made up across two doubleheaders:

— Five-game series at Kansas City May 16-19, with a doubleheader May 17.

— Three-game series at Kansas City Aug. 9-10, with a doubleheader Aug. 10.

After the lockout ended, MLB delayed Opening Day to April 7, from March 31. The rest of the original 162-game schedule stands as it did pre-lockout.

The White Sox will open the season April 8 at Detroit.

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