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Yankees edge White Sox (1:18)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Neither Joe Girardi nor Starlin Castro were certain Castro's hamstring strain will land him on the DL. Castro will have an MRI Tuesday.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees hung on to a win Monday as they beat the White Sox, 6-5. After Chasen Shreve gave up a three-run homer to Tim Anderson in the 9th, Yankees manager Joe Girardi turned to Aroldis Chapman for final two outs. Chapman allowed an RBI double to Jose Abreu before picking up the last outs. Aaron Judge went 0-for-2, but walked three times.

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Yankees rookie Jordan Montgomery continues to impress. Montgomery went seven innings and allowed just one-run to the White Sox. With the Yankees up 6-1 in the eighth, it looks like Montgomery will improve to 6-4 as he dropped his ERA to 3.53.

Judge crushes BP homer 504 feet (0:15)
Austin's HR extends Yanks' lead (0:17)

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees have announced a right hamstring strain for Starlin Castro. If he needs to go on the DL, then Ronald Torryes would likely play second regularly. There is a chance the Yankees could call-up prospect Tyler Wade, but he would have to be put on the 40-man roster.

Frazier celebrates homer WWE style (0:32)
Castro leaves with hamstring injury (0:32)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

NBA awards show host Drake with a Knicks joke: he says New York is the city that never sleeps because everyone here thinks they're going to be traded.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

As if the Yankees don't have enough problems, Starlin Castro was just removed from the game with what appeared to be a leg injury. Castro hurt the leg grounding out to end the third inning. He was replaced by Rob Refsnyder. The Yankees are losing to the White Sox, 1-0.

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Holliday still out Monday

Yankees OF Matt Holliday remains out of the lineup Monday for more tests as New York starts a series vs. the White Sox. Holliday has been dealing with issues stemming from an allergic reaction he had in Oakland on June 17.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees DHMatt Holliday is fatigued, achy and doesn't feel good. He is not in the lineup again and is be checked out by doctors.

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