Boston Red Sox play Frank Sinatra’s ‘New York, New York’ after winning ALDS vs. Yankees

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After the Boston Red Sox survived a ninth-inning scare to defeat the New York Yankees, 4-3, Tuesday to take the American League Division Series in four games, the team played Frank Sinatra's version of the famous song, "New York, New York," in the victorious visitor's clubhouse at Yankee Stadium. 

The Red Sox got the better of their arch-nemesis to reach the American League Championship Series, and "New York, New York" was an obvious retaliation to what transpired Saturday night after the Yankees had evened the ALDS at a game apiece.

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