CHICAGO (AP) -- The Texas Rangers are getting accustomed to this cold, damp weather.
The game between the Rangers and Chicago Cubs scheduled for Wednesday night was rained out. It was postponed two hours before it was supposed to start at Wrigley Field.
No makeup date was announced. The teams are set to play Thursday afternoon.
"(Tuesday) night wasn't bad, just a little chilly but we're in Chicago and we're going to have to put up with that," first baseman Mitch Moreland said. "We've kind of dealt with it the last few games anyways."
It might've been more than "a little chilly." The gametime temperature Tuesday night was 39 degrees with the wind blowing in off nearby Lake Michigan.
Rangers manager Ron Washington said it was worse the conditions he's felt crosstown at U.S. Cellular Field, where the White Sox.
"I can tell you what, we've been on the south side when it's cold, but it's not the same cold on the north side," Washington said.
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