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CHICAGO — The Yankees don’t often lose to the White Sox, but when they do, it’s in spectacular fashion.
Aroldis Chapman gave up Luis Robert’s game-winning single at right that tagged Tim Anderson with one out in the bottom of the ninth and the Yankees saw their five-game winning streak shattered in a 3-2 loss at guaranteed rate field.
It was only the Yankees’ second loss in their last 11 games against the White Sox. The other was the Field of Dreams game in Iowa last year, which ended in a home run by Anderson.
Anderson picked Chapman with one out. Chapman then walked Yoan Moncada before Robert ended it.
The Yankees had their best chances late in the game.
With the White Sox leading 2-1, Joey Gallo started the ninth with a walk against Liam Hendriks, who had entered in the eighth to bail out Joe Kelly.
Isiah Kiner-Falefa followed with a right single, sending Gallo into third.
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Luis Robert celebrates after his single without a date. Getty Images
With Kyle Higashioka at the plate, Kiner-Falefa stole second place. Higashioka hit a sacrificial left volley which tagged Gallo to tie the score, but Kiner-Falefa was sent off trying to advance to third for the second out.
To start the eighth, the White Sox, leading 2-0, went to Kelly, who had it torched for five runs by the Yankees on Thursday.
Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo singled one out and Giancarlo Stanton followed with a left single to make it 2-1.
Stanton was replaced by pinch runner Aaron Hicks and Kelly was pulled in favor of Hendriks, looking for his first five-out save of the season.
Luis Robert is showered after the White Sox beat the Yankees. Getty Images
With Josh Donaldson at the plate, Rizzo stole third to place the runners on the turns. Donaldson, however, went down for the second out.
Then came Gleyber Torres, who has had a lot of big hits lately. But after Hicks swept second, Torres also fell swinging on a 98mph four-seam.