Miguel Andujar came through not once, but twice for the Yankees.
After leading off the seventh inning with his 15th homer of the season to tie Tuesday’s game vs. the White Sox, Andujar drove in the game-winning run with an RBI single in the 13th as New York took down Chicago, 4-3, at Guaranteed Rate Field. Former starter Sonny Gray picked up the win in relief, pitching three scoreless innings in extras.
“He’s just been such a good player for us, and he’s so good in the box,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said of Andujar. “The home run to get us tied earlier, a little while ago, and then off a lefty just changing speeds on him, able to get enough of it, yeah. The ability to make adjustments throughout the year has been impressive.”
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