Red Sox blast ‘New York, New York’ after eliminating Yankees

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The Boston Red Sox can “Name That Tune” in one note, or so it seems, as they had the last word in musical taunting after knocking the New York<p

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<pAfter the Yankees had beaten the Red Sox in Game 2 at Fenway Park on Saturday, Yankees star right fielder Aaron Judge had walked by the Boston clubhouse with a boombox blaring "New York, New York." 

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<pWhile Red Sox manager Alex Cora shrugged it off the next day when asked about the musical maneuver, choosing instead to praise Judge as a ballplayer, it was clear his players were listening.

<pCora, asked about his team's choice of music following Tuesday's clincher, said he had heard his players talking about it but laughed it off as all in good fun.

<p"I'm sure if they had won [the series] in Boston," Cora said, "they'd have been playing 'Dirty Water' in their clubhouse."