As the Boston Crimson Sox celebrated their convincing Environment Sequence championship victory more than the Los Angeles Dodgers in the locker home on Sunday, they also mocked a team that wasn’t even there.
Not incredibly, that workforce was their bitter full-time rival, the New York Yankees.
Observe underneath as the champagne-soaked Pink Sox belt out a sloppy edition of Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York.”
Keep in mind, the sport was in Los Angeles, thousands of miles away from each Boston and New York. But the Yankees evidently are hardly ever much from the Red Sox’s brain, particularly immediately after the teams exchanged some Sinatra trolling previously in the postseason.
The New York Publish pointed out that Aaron Judge played “New York, New York” as he exited Fenway Park pursuing his mammoth home operate in the Yankees’ Video game 2 victory around the Crimson Sox throughout their American League Division Series. Then the Sox retaliated by participating in the track ― also a custom on the loudspeaker following Yankee residence video games ― when they eradicated the Yankees in New York.
At times revenge is finest-served off-essential.
- This post at first appeared on HuffPost.