The White Sox got the most out of this rainout.
They found out ace Chris Sale is just fine.
The left-hander was back on the mound after missing his last start due to tendinitis in his left shoulder and consistently reached 95 mph on the radar in a game that was postponed Tuesday night after three innings.
''It felt good to get back out there,'' Sale said. ''I wish it would have went a little bit longer, but you can't control those things. My arm felt strong, felt good.''
Sale gave up three hits, including Scott Hairston's double and a two-run homer by Wellington Castillo in the second. He walked none and had one strikeout.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura liked what he saw from Sale.
''He said he felt fine,'' Ventura said. ''We'll find out later to the extent.''
Sale's next scheduled start is Sunday at Oakland, but with Tuesday's brief outing, he could be moved up to Saturday's game.
''In a day or two, we'll see what we do,'' White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper said. ''But ri...