After the home plate umpire missed a call, Giancarlo Stanton of the Yankees homered.

Game 2 of the American League Division Series began with Stanton's home run to the opposite field, which gave the Yankees a 2-0 lead.

NEW YORK The Yankee Stadium crowd booed when Giancarlo Stanton raised his fists at home plate.

Right-handed Guardians pitcher Shane Bieber's 3-1 cutter, which crossed the plate only inches below the strike zone, was ruled a strike by home plate umpire Jeremie Rehak.

With two outs and Stanton on first base, Bieber surely wishes Rehak had ruled that cutter a ball in hindsight. In the first inning of Game 2 of the American League Division Series, 

Stanton took advantage of being forced back into the batter's box on the sixth pitch of the at-bat by launching an opposite-field, two-run home run to put the Yankees ahead 2-0.

Stanton's home run soared 352 feet in the other direction as it left his bat at 105.2 mph. Stanton, his colleagues, and the audience as a whole immediately realized it was gone.

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