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SportJudge on sweeping Red Sox: ‘It’s what we’re supposed to do’

18:48  05 august  2019
18:48  05 august  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The Red Sox left The Bronx 14 ½ games behind the Yankees, a shell of the team that won the World Series “That’ s what we ’ re supposed to do ,’’ Judge said of the sweep . “ We ’ re a first-place team. “ It ’ s been a crazy year that way, with the amount of things that have happened to guys physically, but

“ It ’ s good. You want to win against a team like that. We needed that. Everybody has been asking if we ’ re freaking out (or) panicking — we ’ re not. So, a lot of good things happened in these two games, which typically, when you’re going to beat the Red Sox , you’ve got to do a lot of things well.

The New York Yankees buried the Boston Red Sox in the AL East by sweeping them in a four-game series that ended on Sunday night, but Aaron Judge does not seem all that excited about it.

Judge on sweeping Red Sox: ‘It’s what we’re supposed to do’© Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports

Following his team’s 7-4 win over Boston, Judge was asked about sweeping his archrival. He said it was just business as usual for the Yankees.

The Red Sox looked like they might actually make things interesting in the AL East when they took three out of four from the Yankees a week ago, but they have now lost eight in a row and are a whopping 14.5 games back in the division. They’re also 6.5 back in the wild card, so Judge and his teammates must feel good about putting the defending champions’ backs against the wall.

The Yankees lost to Boston in the playoffs last year and watched their rival set records en route to a World Series title, and the fans certainly seemed to enjoy the weekend sweep. No matter what Judge says, it had to have felt better than sweeping the Baltimore Orioles would have.

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“It seems like it has flip-flopped from last year, where they are at right now, where we are right now,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora said. Yeah, I’ve got to do a little bit better job of locking it in and getting my job done , not worrying about what’s going on back there with him, but nonetheless it ’ s tough.”

Judge on sweeping Red Sox: ‘It’s what we’re supposed to do’

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