LOS ANGELES —
Start spreading the news, the Boston Red Sox are World Champions for the fourth time in 15 years.
But they certainly haven't forgotten about things that have happened in the past.
After winning the World Series at Dodger Stadium on Sunday night, they took the celebration back to the clubhouse, and fired up the song "New York, New York" -- all while carrying a large speaker.
Earlier this month, back when the Red Sox were battling the Yankees in the divisional series, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge celebrated a win over the Red Sox in Game 2 by blaring Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" as he walked out of Fenway Park.
The Red Sox said they weren't bothered by Judge's antics, but they got the last laugh, sweeping the games playted in Yankee Stadium, winning that series in four games, and later blasting the tune in the locker room following the win.
The Sox also played "California Love" following the series victory, which happens to be the music used by Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen, who struggled in the series.
The Dodgers will play the Red Sox in 2019. The three-game series is scheduled for Fenway Park in June.