Red Sox Savagely Mock Yankees In World Series Locker Room Celebration

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The song was also blasted by Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, after the Yankees won their first - and only - game against the Red Sox during the American League Division Series playoffs earlier this month.

Martinez hit Boston's third homer of the game off Los Angeles lefty Clayton Kershaw.

His team down by a run, Steve Pearce was limbering up outside the Boston dugout before the eighth inning when manager Alex Cora called him back to the bench for a quick word.

Nine thoughts on the Red Sox' World Series-clinching 5-1 victory over the Dodgers.

With his unlikely World Series MVP, Pearce put his name alongside a couple of greats, joining Babe Ruth and Ted Kluszewski as the only players 35 or over with multiple-homer games in the World Series.

Kershaw has yet to make up his mind.

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Once the players held aloft the trophy, kissed their families and left the field, the Red Sox partied so hard in the visitors' clubhouse that the ceiling was literally dripping with champagne and beer. With the bases loaded, Bellinger grounded to first and Boston got the force at home, but Vazquez's throw sailed past first base and down the right-field line, allowing Turner to scamper home.

The chants of "Let's go, Red Sox!" have already started at Dodger Stadium. The New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers, two potential landing spots for prized free agent Bryce Harper, are each 7-1.

White said he feared his Dodgers were turning into the NFL's Buffalo Bills, who went to the Super Bowl for four straight years in the 1990s and came away with zero championships.

It's the fourth World Series title for the Red Sox since their 2004 championship ended an 86-year drought.

The last to do it was the Chicago Cubs against the Cleveland Indians in 2016 as they claimed their first World Series crown in 108 years. "I think that there's a lot of thoughts and opinions that people don't have all the information, which is commonplace these days and cultivate opinions and give out there".

After Hill left to a standing ovation, Boston's feast on the Dodgers' relievers began. Floro gave up pinch-hitter Rafael Devers' go-ahead single with one out. Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez hit solo home runs.

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