What it was like for Yankees staying at ballpark until 1 a.m. watching TV to see Rays stay alive in AL East

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What it was like for Yankees staying at ballpark until 1 a.m. watching TV to see Rays stay alive in AL East
What it was like for Yankees staying at ballpark until 1 a.m. watching TV to see Rays stay alive in AL East

NEW YORK — Yankees manager Aaron Boone took a lap around the Yankees clubhouse right after Wednesday night's loss to spread a message. “We're staying,” the skipper told everyone following a 3-2 setback to the Los Angeles Angels. The Yankees had just missed out on a first shot to wrap up the American League East title, but they still had chance to back into the division title if the second-place Tampa Bay Rays lost to their ongoing road game to the Los Angeles Dodgers. When the Yankees game at Yankee Stadium ended at 9:58 p.m., the Rays and Dodgers were tied 3-3 in the fifth inning at Dodger Stadium. Boone didn't have to order anyone to stay. Players wanted to stick around to wait and hope and

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