5 things that doomed the Yankees vs. the Red Sox in ALDS

Rex Christensen
October 12, 2018

No matter hard you throw, Major League Baseball hitters can time it up, especially if they know it's coming.

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.

There is nothing Yankees fans hate more than a New York-raised Red Sox fan, and Bronx-raised Cardi B is apparently going to find herself on the lam.

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The Boston Red Sox shelled Luis Severino in Game 3 of the ALDS, as the Yankee hurler gave up six runs on seven hits over just three innings of work.

Red Sox analyst Lou Merloni said that there was a tipping issue, evidenced by Boston batters' ability to consistently lay off Severino's sharp-breaking slider. David Price is slated to pitch Game 2 on Sunday. 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.

There have been whispers about such an issue in the past, understandable when a player of (Severino's) talent struggles like he did over a two-month span.

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