On Saturday night, Judge got a little full of himself, acting much younger than his 26 years when he chose to blast "New York, New York" as he made his way by the Red Sox clubhouse after Saturday's 6-2 series-tying win at Fenway Park.
After the Yankees beat the Red Sox in Game 2 at Fenway Park on Saturday, Aaron Judge walked by the Boston clubhouse with a boombox blaring "New York, New York". Also, Price did have one of his best starts of the season against Houston back on September 7, tossing 6.1 innings of two-run ball, including 10 strikeouts and just two walks. He held the Yankees to one run on four hits. But the Red Sox were knocked out in the Division Series in 2016 and '17, had not reached the sport's final four since their last title. Had it hit him, while he was making his way out of the bullpen onto the field, it would've hurt.
Gary Sanchez fell behind 0-2 in the count, worked it full and sent a drive that had the crowd roaring only for Andrew Benintendi to catch it on the left-field warning track, a few feet short of a game-ending grand slam. He was awful at first base [in Monday's game]. "We have a bad night, we don't get to play".
The career Major League Baseball umpire was stationed behind the plate for Tuesday's ALDS Game 4, just one day after he had three close calls at first base overturned in. "I don't think Ángel Hernández should be umping playoff games".
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