With the help of home runs from Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez, the Yankees took a crucial game two of the ALDS against the Red Sox on Saturday, 6-2. After the momentum-shifting win, the series is even, 1-1, with the Yankees heading back to the Bronx for the next two games.
Upon exiting Fenway Park, Judge blasted a familiar song right next to the Red Sox clubhouse: “New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra. The song is played at Yankee Stadium after every victory, so Judge had to bring a part of home with him on the road after Saturday’s win. It is also a subtle reminder of what lies ahead for Boston, which is a playoff atmosphere unlike any other in the Bronx starting Monday.
Here’s Aaron Judge walking past the Red Sox clubhouse on his way to the bus. Note the music selection on his boom box pic.twitter.com/0vHGBxRoP3