Celtics center, Al Horford, is becoming a true Bostonian.

Horford, like the rest of Red Sox Nation, was “very pleased” with the Sox on Monday as they blew the doors off of the New York Yankees 16-1 at Yankee Stadium. There was a lot to be pleased about in the historic dismantling, as the Yankees gave up the most runs in a postseason game in their history, and Boston’s jack-of-all-trades, Brock Holt, recorded¬†the first cycle in Major League Baseball playoff history.

“Oh yeah, I was very pleased with the result yesterday,”¬†Horford told reporters, as captured by SB Nation’s Chris Grenham. “Hopefully we can finish that there tonight and get ready for Houston.”

Speaking like a true Sox fan, Horford is pulling for Boston to end the series on Tuesday night in New York.

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