Red Sox troll Yankees with celebration music


Now, that's exactly where they're staying. Brett Gardner walked twice in four plate appearances. "Obviously, they just had our number this year".

And when Boone did call for a reliever, he summoned a starter, Lance Lynn, rather than someone from the deep NY bullpen.

Catcher Gary Sanchez dropped a pitch on a stolen base that set up Boston's first run.

Every starter had at least one hit for the Red Sox, who piled up 18 in all. "It's tough", reliever David Robertson said.

Holt entered the ninth inning needing just a home run to complete the historic feat.

"I don't know where he got that, but I didn't say [anything] about [being] hurt", Severino said. "It's been an unbelievable atmosphere when we play here at home".

The Yankees will have to quickly turn the page and truthfully have to hope they are on the other side of a laugher in Game 4, because Boone's ability to spin a game out of control is enough to make fans cry.

"I didn't expect to come here and lose two in a row". I knew I was going to be in here.

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The only other position player to pitch in a postseason game was Toronto infielder Cliff Pennington against Kansas City in the 2015 AL Championship Series.

This time, a 2018 season that began with sky-high expectations - now over in bitter disappointment.

"They just had a lot of stuff going right".

The celebration continued in the clubhouse where the Red Sox gathered and prepared to spray champagne.

Boston also clinched its third consecutive division crown on enemy ground September 20.

"I don't take it back", Darling said to the New York Post on Tuesday of his remark about Severino's exit. The Red Sox scored first both nights in Yankee Stadium and will now play in the ALCS for the 11th time in franchise history.

On deck, a long winter of wondering how they've fallen behind in a rivalry they dominated for almost a century. NY is 8-3 in its last 11 home games versus the Red Sox. And everything else went Boston's way all night, so why not this?

This was the first playoff meeting between the clubs since then, and the Red Sox once again made themselves right at home in the Bronx.

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The over is 8-1 in the last nine Yankees games overall. And now the Yankees will go into the offseason questioning whether their manager has the necessary feel to run a high-leverage bullpen in the postseason. For the second straight night, Yankees rookie manager Aaron Boone hesitated to remove his starting pitcher early. Handed a big early lead, Nathan Eovaldi shut down his former team during New York's most lopsided defeat in 396 postseason games.

"It's a good song". That has to be some kind of record, but while Hernandez didn't speak to the media after the game Major League Baseball backed up the working use of the replay system to deliver the proper result.

That was the last time they did. The only time they scored more runs in the postseason was a 23-7 win over Cleveland in 1999.

Boone acknowledged some regret in allowing ace Luis Severino to start the fourth inning down 3-0. "It's fantastic how he's getting jobs umpiring in these playoff games".

Sabathia, 38, threw 153 innings with a 3.65 ERA this season. "I think that would be weak for me to take that back".

Zach Britton gave up an opposite-field homer to No. 9 batter Christian Vazquez in the fourth, and NY never fully recovered.

Porcello said he had never been that nervous in a game before. The good news is tonight's game will start 0-0.

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