That game is finally going to be finished today at 3:05 pm PT, 119 days after it started. Although the game will be played in Baltimore, the Orioles will be the "road" team and bat first until the game's conclusion.
The two pitchers who were in the game at the time of the suspension, Scott Linebrink of Chicago and George Sherrill of Baltimore, are both on the disabled list now.
Either team can use anybody on its present 25-man roster to play in the game, unless that player had already been removed from the game. The Orioles will need a new shortstop as the one in the game at the suspension, Brandon Fahey, is in the minors. Adam Jones was in center field for Baltimore, but he is also on the DL.
The White Sox could go with the players who were in the game back on April 28 as none of the those nine players are ineligible.
When the suspended game is completed, the regularly scheduled game between the Orioles and White Sox will be played. It will start at 4:05 PT or about 30 minutes after the suspsended game is completed.
The Orioles also have two doubleheaders to play in September. One on September 6 against Oakland that was set up so the Orioles wouldn't conflict with a Baltimore Ravens game. The other will be against Tampa Bay on September 23 to make up a rainout from all the way back on April 3.