The New York Yankees have already locked up a playoff spot, and they still have an outside shot at the AL East title (currently 4 games back of the Red Sox). And on Tuesday night, they got back Aaron Hicks from the disabled list. The star outfielder had been out since Sep. 2, and didn’t take long to make a big impact with his return to the field.

In the top of the first, Hicks made a ridiculous catch to rob the Tampa Bay Rays’ Wilson Ramos of a grand slam.

That is turning out to potentially be the difference in the game, with the Yankees currently leading 4-1 in the bottom of the eighth.

[YES Network]

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