Even at their World Series parade, the Red Sox are still talking about the Yankees.
Manager Alex Cora took the honors this time:
Alex Cora: "We scored 16 at Yankee Stadium...Suck on it" pic.twitter.com/Oq2f3V3XDA- NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSBoston) October 31, 2018
"Think about it. The New York Yankees, yeah, the sky was falling," Cora said on Wednesday morning in Boston. "We lost Game 2 and it was panicking here -- everybody was like 'whoa, it's over.' We scored 16 at Yankee Stadium ... suck on it."
Cora took the torch from his players, who played 'New York, New York' after they won the World Series on Sunday night against the Dodgers.
The Sox also played the song at Yankee Stadium when they beat the Yankees in the ALDS in four games.
All of this started when Aaron Judge played 'New York, New York' while exiting Fenway park after the Yankees' Game 2 victory -- the very one Cora was referencing before finishing his thought Wednesday morning and saying 'suck on it.'