CHICAGO ( Associated Press) — Louis Robert singled out Aroldis Chapman for a home run in a ninth-innings win as the Chicago White Sox beat the Yankees 3-2 on Saturday night to end New York’s five-game winning streak. gave.
With the best record in the Majors, the Yankees had a total of 25 runs in the first two games of the series. He ran for the tying run in the ninth inning, but a minor mistake allowed him to score more.
Chicago with an out in the ninth, Tim Anderson scored a single and Yoan Moncada walked against Chapman (0–1). Robert followed on the right with his big hit, setting up a lively celebration on the field.
Moncada homed in and Dallas Keuchel threw five shutout innings for the White Sox, who have won eight of 11.
New York won 19 out of 22.
Anderson finished with three hits and Moncada and Robert added two each for the White Sox, who improved to just 2-9 against the Yankees from June 15, 2019.
The Yankees scored one run in each of the last two innings.
New York finished the shutout in eighth on three consecutive singles from Joe Kelly. A single out from Giancarlo Stanton took Kelly to a 2–1 lead in the chase. Liam Hendrix (1-2) ended the innings with the dismissals of Josh Donaldson and Gleber Torres.
The Yankees placed runners in second and third without any exclusions in the ninth. Kyle Higashioka picked up a sacrificial fly to make it a 2-all, but Isiah Kinner-Falefa was kicked out of the play as he tried to advance to third.
Keuchel dropped four hits, took three hits and walked three. The Yankees loaded the base on a single and two walks against the left-hander in the fifth, before Anthony Rizzo walked off the ground to end the innings.
Stanton had three hits for the Yankees. He had home in each of his last three matches.
Aaron Judge was dismissed for 1 for 3 after losing the last two games to the Yankees.
Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery allowed two runs and six hits in 4 1/3 innings, scoring four runs and running a season-high three. The left-hander had allowed no more than two runs in each of his last three starts.
Moncada held onto the first pitch for his second drive in three games in the third innings. He was activated from the list of injured on Monday.
The White Sox advanced into the first inning when Anderson singled out, advanced to the groundout and scored on Robert’s single.
White Sox: Alloy Jimenez (torn hamstring tendon) continues to have good results, manager Tony La Russa said, but he didn’t have a timeline for Jimenez to start a minor league rehab assignment. “Everyone believes his progress is really impressive,” La Russa said. “But there’s a certain buildup in muscle, and you can’t move that fast.” … RHP Lance Lynn (surgery on the right knee) could start facing the hitter after throwing at least one more bullpen, La Russa said. Lynn is expected to pitch in a game in early June.
LHP Nestor Cortes (1-1, 1.41 ERA) will start for the Yankees on Sunday. He made Rangers uncontrollable on Monday, scoring 11 runs in seven innings. RHP Michael Kopech (0-0, 0.93) will take the mound to Chicago in the series finale.
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