Aaron Judge trolls Red Sox by playing ‘New York, New York’ on way out

Aaron Judge trolls Red Sox by playing 'New York, New York' on way out

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After splitting the first two games of the American League division series in Boston, the New York Yankees have to be feeling pretty confident as they head home for Game 3 on Monday night. 

How confident? 

On his way out of Fenway Park to get on the Yankees team bus following Saturday night’s 6-2 win in Game 2, outfielder Aaron Judge uninhibitedly had the volume on his boombox turned up loud enough to echo through the bowels on Fenway Park.

His musical selection: Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York.”

It’s the same song that floods the loudspeakers at Yankee Stadium after every win.

Judge hit a solo home run in the top of the first inning to get the Yankees on the board first in Game 2, and catcher Gary Sanchez hit two more to even the series 1-1. 

Coming back home with a chance to eliminate their 108-win arch-rivals sure is sweet music to Yankee fans. 

Follow Gardner on Twitter @SteveAGardner

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