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David Haugh: Cubs postpone while White Sox play … and both teams made right call

You know what they say about the weather in Chicago.

If you don't like it, wait 15 minutes.

Or is it, if you don't like the weather, go eight miles south?

That was the case Monday in the city spring forgot, where enough snow fell at Wrigley Field for the Cubs to postpone their home opener 24 hours to 1:20 p.m. Tuesday. Yet the White Sox'a 5-4 loss to the Rays started only 20 minutes late Monday on the South Side despite 2 inches of the white stuff greeting head groundskeeper Roger Bossard at 5:20

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