But not only did they pop bottles-they did so to Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York".
J.D. Martinez and the 108-win Red Sox reached the AL Championship Series for the first time since Boston won the title in 2013. The 10 straight losses are the longest streak in postseason history. Aaron Hicks missed a two-run homer by about 4 feet on a foul drive down the right-field line.
With David Robertson starting to warm up, Kinsler hit a two-out double over a leaping Gardner for a 2-0 lead and Nunez singled on the next pitch for his first RBI of the postseason.
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On Tuesday, Amell took to Twitter to say that the crossover will begin with a not-so-nutritious breakfast for the Green Arrow . The character then went on to acclaimed runs in Detective Comics and her own self-titled series which was published by DC.
"He's absolutely awful. He was bad behind the plate today", Sabathia told reporters after the game, per Tim Healey of Newsday.
After striking out only one batter during his three innings of work on Tuesday, the 38-year-old left-hander again sounded off on Hernandez's work, taking a moment out of his postgame press conference to blast the veteran. Four plays at first base were reviewed in the first four innings, and three were overturned.
Amid all the regular drama that comes when the Yankees and the Red Sox meet up, a major source of attention came in the form of one of the series' umpires, Angel Hernandez. It's unbelievable how he's getting a job to umpire in these playoff games.