CHICAGO (AP) _ Albert Belle hit a solo homer and Ray Durham hit a three-run double as the Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays played a 5-5 tie Sunday in a game ended by rain after six innings.

The game, called after a 1-hour, 49-minute wait, will be replayed in its entirety as part of a doubleheader on July 15. All records from Sunday count.

Carlos Delgado drove in three runs for Toronto with a two-run double and an RBI single.

Chicago's James Baldwin scattered eight hits, struck out three and walked one in his first complete game of the season. Toronto starter Erik Hanson gave up five runs and seven hits in five innings and walked five.

Toronto took a 3-0 lead in the first on Jose Canseco's RBI double and Delgado's two-run double.

Belle hit his third homer of the season leading off the second, and the White Sox went ahead 5-3 in the fourth. Chicago loaded the bases with two outs on Wil Cordero's single and walks to Magglio Ordonez and Chris Snopek. Durham then doubled to left and scored on Jeff Abbott's double.

Stewart tripled with one out in the fifth and scored on Felipe Crespo's single. Canseco walked one out later and Delgado hit an infield single that retired the score.

Notes: Hanson, facing the White Sox for the first time since 1996, has won four consecutive decisions against Chicago. Hanson had arthroscopic surgery on his right rotator cuff last May 13 and opened this season on the disabled list because of lingering soreness in his shoulder. ... Toronto leads the season series 4-1. ... Anyone with a ticket from Saturday night's game, which was delayed 13 minutes by rain, can redeem it for any other White Sox game this season. Sunday was cold and windy, prompting some of the White Sox players to wear hoods for warmth.