It was all celebrations when the Yankees completed the comeback.
Fenway Park's 100th birthday was celebrated by many past Sox greats on Friday afternoon. When the game got underway, the Sox celebration quickly ended.
The Yankees received stellar pitching on Friday by Ivan Nova and then participated in a seemingly miraculous nine-run comeback on Saturday.
While Philip Humber was throwing a perfect game across the country, Nick Swisher was hitting a grand slam to rally the Yankees and stunning Fenway.
The series finale was rained out, and the Yankees exited Boston leading the season series 2-0.
Friday afternoon was a celebration of 100 years of baseball at Fenway Park for the Red Sox.
The ballpark looked better than ever and the crowd couldn't wait for the game to get underway.
The New York Yankees wore a throwback uniform from 1912 and were the New York Highlanders for the day.
The Red Sox wore their throwback uniforms in honor of the celebration of 100 years of Fenway. No matter which uniform they wore, however, nothing could stop the super-Nova.
Ivan Nova improved to 3-0 after pitching six innings against the Sox. He allowed two runs while striking out five and not issuing a walk.
He has now won 15 consecutive regular season decisions.
Alex Rodriguez started the scoring in the first inning with an RBI single scoring Derek Jeter. The Yankees took the 1-0 lead and never looked back in game one of the series.
A-Rod blasted a home run in the fifth inning and passed Ken Griffey, Jr for sole possession of fifth place on the all-time home run list.
Eric Chavez was a one-man wrecking crew at Fenway on Friday. He hit two home runs to contribute to the six runs the Yankees would score on the day.
Chavez has been a pivotal utility player for the Yanks.
There have been many amazing games played at Fenway, and Saturday exhibited another great game that will be remembered for a while.
Adrian Gonzalez rounded the bases and scored on a David Ortiz double. The run gave the Sox an early 2-0 lead in the game.
Ortiz finished the afternoon perfect, going 4-for-4 and adding a walk. Gonzalez finished 1-for-5.
Trailing 9-0, Teixeira put the Yankees' first run on the board with a solo home run in the sixth.
The home run seemed insignificant at the time as it cut the lead to 9-1, but it was the spark that the offense needed.
Nick Swisher had himself a day on Saturday and orchestrated the Yankees' comeback.
He blasted a grand slam in the seventh and added a double and a single on the afternoon. He knocked in six RBI in a career day at Fenway.
Teixeira's second home run was the beginning of the end for the Red Sox.
After Swisher's grand slam, Cano doubled and A-Rod reached base on an error. Teixeira stepped to the plate and blasted a three-run home run to bring the Yankees to within one run at 9-8.
The home run capped a seven-run seventh inning and gave Teixeira six RBI on the afternoon.
Swisher struck again in the eighth after a Nunez walk and Jeter single. Swisher hit a double that gave the Yankees a 10-9 lead when Jeter motored around the bases and slid across home.
The Yankees bench exploded when Swisher put the Yanks on top.
Teixeira led the cheers from the bench as the Yankees never looked back on the lead.
Three hours and 52 minutes after first pitch and 15 unanswered runs later, the Yankees were able to celebrate an improbable win.
The sweep gives the Yankees a 9-6 record while the Red Sox fall to 4-10.