Red Sox troll Yankees with celebration music

Red Sox troll Yankees with celebration music

Moved back a day after throwing 15 pitches in the eighth inning of Game 1, Porcello (1-0) displayed command of the strike zone most of the night. Boston did so with class, pure joy and a hint of pettiness.

The lefty's spot in the Red Sox rotation was in question after he was lit up by the New York Yankees in Game 2 of the ALDS.

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Following the Yankees' win in Game 2 at Fenway Park in Boston, Judge played the Sinatra tune from a boombox while walking past the Red Sox. "I want to win it all", Stanton said. Had it hit him, while he was making his way out of the bullpen onto the field, it would've hurt.

With David Robertson starting to warm up, Kinsler hit a two-out double over a leaping Gardner for a 2-0 lead and Nunez singled on the next pitch for his first RBI of the postseason. "I don't think Ángel Hernández should be umping playoff games". "He's absolutely bad. He was awful behind the plate today; he's bad at first base".

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Amid all the regular drama that comes when the Yankees and the Red Sox meet up, a major source of attention came in the form of one of the series' umpires, Angel Hernandez. "He was awful at first base [in Game 3]".

A night after three of his calls at first base were reversed on video reviews, Angel Hernandez was the plate umpire.

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