This will be Aaron Boone’s first managerial position of any kind, though he played for the New York Yankees in 54 games.
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The New York Yankees finally have their new manager. And, he’s even a familiar face. So, the man replacing Joe Girardi is…
After coming within one game of the World Series, the Yankees wanted to move in a different direction. And they did just that with this hire. Boone, of course, is yet to manage at any level. However, this roster is plenty talented. Plus, it appears he is well-liked among many within the game.
Aside from winning, that’s the most important quality to have as a Yankee.
Boone, who turns 45 in March, would spend parts of 12 seasons in the majors. This would include just 54 games with the Yankees. However, there will always be this home run against Boston in the postseason.
This earns him at least two years, right?