Red Sox lose but clinch AL East

Sep 28, 2016; Bronx, NY, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez (13) is doused with champagne by a teammate after losing to the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium but clinching their division with a Toronto Blue Jays loss. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports


The Red Sox broke a scoreless tie with three runs in the eighth inning but the Yankees won it with a grand slam in the bottom of the ninth.

David Ortiz, who scored the third Boston run on a passed ball, has been in the middle of many celebrations with the Red Sox.


In the end, a worthy victory celebration for Red Sox

The Red Sox blew the game but won the AL East, which is first and foremost.

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The Red Sox were excited to clinch the AL East. So excited, in fact, players couldn’t help but let out a few swears during their celebration.

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Police Chief Russell Jenkins (left,) and Braintree Mayor Joseph Sullivan at Town Hall, where the mayor read a statement about missing Police Department evidence, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016. MUST CREDIT: Gary Higgins/The Patriot Ledger

Yvonne Abraham

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Hillary Clinton (left) and Donald Trump.

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FILE - In this June 1, 2004, file photo Gary Sampson, center, is escorted into Hillsborough County Superior Court in Nashua, N.H. A federal judge in Boston is hearing arguments Wednesday, June 4, 2014, whether Sampson, sentenced to death for the 2001 carjack killings of two Massachusetts men, should have an evaluation to determine whether he is mentally competent for a second sentencing trial. Sampson was sentenced to death in 2003 for the carjack killings, but the sentence was overturned in 2011. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)

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