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Red Sox play 'New York, New York' in clubhouse after winning World Series

Ryan Hannable
October 29, 2018 - 12:39 am

The Red Sox do not forget.

After Aaron Judge trolled the Red Sox by playing "New York, New York" when walking by the home clubhouse at Fenway Park following Game 2 of the ALDS, the Red Sox played the song when celebrating winning the ALDS in Yankee Stadium a few days later.

The team played it again Sunday night in Los Angeles after winning the World Series.

Trolling the Red Sox hasn't been the best of ideas for opponents this postseason, as not only did they win every game after being trolled by Judge in the ALDS, they won every game after Alex Bregman's Instagram troll in the ALCS and then won the final two games after the Dodgers tweeted, "Damage done" after Game 3.

See the video from the Red Sox' clubhouse below.

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