Red Sox play 'New York New York' in clubhouse

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Yankees fans did whatever they could to make Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel feel the pressure in Game 4 of the American League Division Series on Tuesday night.

New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) reacts after the third inning against the Boston Red Sox in game four of the 2018 ALDS playoff baseball series at Yankee Stadium.

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After the Yankees beat the Red Sox in Game 2 at Fenway Park on Saturday, Aaron Judge walked by the Boston clubhouse with a boombox blaring "New York, New York".

A New Jersey native who grew up a Mets fan, Porcello held the Yankees to one run over five innings for his first post-season win.

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When Boone brought in Zach Britton to start the fourth, Christian Vazquez led off with an opposite-field drive over the short porch in right field for his first career post-season homer.

Sabathia's criticism mirrors that of three-time Cy Young victor Pedro Martinez, who sounded off on Hernandez's controversial calls on Monday night when three of his decisions at first base were overturned upon replay review. "He's absolutely bad. He was awful behind the plate today; he's bad at first base". The 38-year-old knows Major League Baseball won't be happy with him comments, is likely to fine him, but his future in the game is uncertain, and at this point, why not just be honest? It's awesome how he's getting a job to umpire in these playoff games.

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