Andujar finished with three hits, including a home run, on the night, while Giancarlo Stanton also went deep in extras. Stanton connected with a two-run blast in the 10th inning, but Jose Abreu responded with a two-run homer of his own in the bottom half of the inning to extend the game.
Interestingly enough, it was Sonny Gray who came on to pitch three scoreless innings of relief in his first appearance since losing his spot in the starting rotation. Gray earned his ninth win of the year, as he was coming out of the bullpen for the first time since he was a rookie with the Oakland Athletics. Zach Britton surrendered Abreu's home run, suffering his first blown save as a Yankee. The long ball was the All-Star first baseman's 20th of the season, making him the 18th player with at least 20 home runs in each of his first five seasons.
Luis Avilan suffered his first loss for Chicago after walking Didi Gregorius to begin the 13th, before Andujar would bring him home later on.
C.C. Sabathia got the start for the Yankees and struck out 12 batters over 5.2 innings. That made him the first pitcher at 38 years of age or older to record that many strikeouts in a game since Randy Johnson did it on August 22nd, 2008. Reynaldo Lopez had a nice outing for the White Sox, taking no-hitter in to the sixth inning and allowed just one run on four hits over seven innings. He was helped out by centerfielder Adam Engel, who put on a show with a home run-robbing catch for a second straight.
This series continues in the Windy City with game 3 on Wednesday night.