NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (UPI) -- Juan Uribe tripled and later slid home for the winning run Wednesday as the Chicago White Sox outdueled the New York Yankees, 2-1 at Yankee Stadium.
Carl Everett also drove in a run for the streaking White Sox.
Uribe tripled to right-center field off Mariano Rivera (5-3) with one out in the top of the 10th. Scott Podsednik hit a slow bouncer between first and second base and Uribe was able to slide under a high tag of catcher Jorge Posada to score the decisive run.
Neal Cotts (4-0) got the win. He pitched a one-hit ninth and retired the first batter of the 10th before issuing a walk to pinch-hitter Tino Martinez. Dustin Hermanson came on and struck out Derek Jeter, then got a fly ball to Aaron Rowand to record his 30th save.
Starting pitchers Freddy Garcia of Chicago and Aaron Small of New York dueled to a stalemate deep until late in the game. Garcia gave up an unearned run on six hits in eight innings. Small allowed one run on four hits in seven innings.