Giancarlo Stanton and the New York Yankees are on the verge of sweeping the Boston Red Sox in their ongoing three-game series at Fenway Park following the Bronx Bombers’ 5-3 win on Saturday.

With the win, the Yankees tied the Red Sox for the top spot in the wild card race over at the American League. New York and Boston now have identical 88-67 records, which means the winner of the series finale this Sunday will gain the solo lead for the driver’s seat in the AL wild card race.

Stanton was key to that Saturday win by the Yankees, as he cleared the bases and gave his team the lead for good with a grand slam in the top of the eighth inning off Red Sox lefty Darwinzon Hernandez. The hulking Stanton knew he was going to make the Red Sox pay if Hernandez failed to take out Anthony Rizzo, who was batting in front of Stanton.

Indeed, Stanton made the most of the golden opportunity. Hernandez hit Rizzo with a pitch to load the bases and pave the way for Stanton to do what he does best.

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This is not a good time to be giving Stanton chances to drive in runs, considering how great he’s been of late.

The Yankees, like the Red Sox, can no longer catch the Tampa Bay Rays in the AL East, but New York now has a 79.5% chance of snatching a wild card ticket, per FanGraphs.