Jeff Jacobs: After ugly Yankee loss, now it gets serious in Boston
NEW YORK - On a week when he will return to Fenway Park in a Yankee uniform for the first time in 15 years, Aaron Boone heard about Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS from his giddy uber driver Sunday. "He was pretty fired up," the Yankees manager said. Giancarlo Stanton, meanwhile, heard about Game 10 of the 2018 season from 37,096 Yankees fans during the 12-inning, 8-7 loss to the Baltimore Orioles. They were pretty fired up, too. And not in a pretty way. Booed in his home debut Tuesday when he struck out five times, Stanton got the full-throated Bronx treatment this day. That's what an 0-for-7, including five more strikeouts, will do. They don't care about the 59 home runs you hit last year in the National League with the Marlins.