For a brief moment, everyone thought the New York Yankees took a 1-0 lead during the first inning of their Wild Card matchup with the Boston Red Sox.
Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton crushed the ball off Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, high and deep to left field at Fenway Park. Stanton gave the ball a good stare from the plate before slowly walking into a home run trot, and Yankees iconic radio voice John Sterling was similarly confident on the call.
“Drilled, there it goes. Deep left. It is high. It is far. It is gone!” Sterling said on the WFAN radio broadcast before breaking out one of his patented signature home run calls. “Out