In one of the more memorable reactions to a surprise powerade bath in recent memory, Boston Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez screamed with joy and shock while celebrating Boston's first sweep of the Yankees since September of 2013.  Vasquez, who is a career .234 hitter, hit a mammoth home run in the seventh inning that went over the Green Monster in left field to break a tie and give the Red Sox the eventual 8-7 victory.

What also made the go ahead home run by Vazquez that much more special was that it was hit off of Yankees' hard throwing right-hander Dellin Betances.  Vasquez hit the first pitch, which was a 97 mph fastball for the epic home run.