Next Wednesday's American League Wildcard Playoff game will be in New York. The Yankees bombed the Red Sox 11-6 Friday night at Fenway Park to guarantee that.

The Yanks and A's will play that game and then the winner will come to Fenway to start the American League Divisional Series.

The Bronox Bombers banged four home runs against the Sox, tying the all-time home run record for a season with 264. One more this weekend and the Yanks on that mark.

Gary Sanchez, Aaron Hicks, Luke Voit and Aaron Judge were the home run hitters.

Steve Pearce had a grand slam for the Sox.

Boston's first two pitchers, Brian Johnson and William Cuevas gave up eight runs in the first two innings.

Meanwhile, J.A. Happ was solid on the hill for the Yanks.

The teams play today at 1pm, live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket.

The Yankees go for their 100th win (99-61). The Red Sox are 107-53.

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