If they can make it here, they can make it anywhere.
The Red Sox champagne celebration following their 4-3 win over the Yankees included the clubhouse speakers blaring Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" after they eliminated the Bombers from the postseason.
The song, played after every Yankees game, was played by Aaron Judge as he was leaving Fenway Park following a 6-2 Game 2 win by the Yankees.
Clearly the Red Sox took note of Judge's trolling and decided to have a little fun with the song themselves.
After all, they did just win two games in New York to knock off the Bronx Bombers and end their season. So it was only fitting.