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The Red Sox couldn’t stop playing a new World Series anthem on their plane ride back to Boston

"Look, we just won the 'chip."

Alex Cora Sox plane
Manager Alex Cora hugs outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. Stan Grossfeld/ Globe Staff

Move over “New York, New York” and “California Love.”

The Red Sox have found a celebratory tune to rock out to, courtesy of Jam’n 94.5 host Maverik. The track opens with FOX sportscaster Joe Buck’s call of the last out in Game 5, remixes the song “Nonstop” by rapper Drake, and incorporates several references to key players from Boston’s playoff run into the verses.

As captured by the Instagram stories of a few players, the Red Sox seemingly had the jam on a loop on their plane back to Logan Airport Monday. Infielder Brock Holt was even caught dancing on the tray tables at one point during the flight.


After the Red Sox won the title in 2013, Maverik also produced a remix to a different Drake song, “Started from the Bottom,” to honor the Sox.

Here’s a sample from his 2018 version:

Look, we just won the ‘chip. I don’t know another city doing this. Pearce was hitting shots. Price was pitching lights out now we at the top. We the champs doing damage, we the Boston Red Sox.

This the team that got the block hot. Super hot. Give us our respect. Look like MJ with my Benintendi catch. Stunting like Joe Kelly in the specs.