Johnny Koito made six more rounds without goals, AJ Bullock pulled off a ninth inning tiebreaker at home from Aroldis Chapman, and the Chicago White Sox beat the New York Yankees 3-1 on a quiet Sunday in the first game with two heads. There did not appear to be any transmission of anger and tension at Yankee Stadium from the previous afternoon. On Saturday, the seats were cleaned and Yankees player Josh Donaldson, who is white, admitted he called Chicago star Tim Anderson, who is black, "Jackie" - a reference to major baseball icon Jackie Robinson that drew criticism from both managers. Anderson did not play in the opening match. Head coach Tony La Russa has said he wants the short-lived star to only play one game.
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