Aaron Boone Named As New York Yankees New Manager

The New York Post broke the new Friday that former third basemen Aaron Boone would be hired as the next skipper for his former ball club.

Boone leaping to home plate after hitting he game winning bomb off Boston’s Tim Wakefield

Every Yankees fan remembers when Aaron Boone hit the walk-off home run in the 2003 ALCS against the Boston Red Sox — which sent the Yanks to the World Series and kept the famous Curse of the Bambino alive.

Yank Aaron! Displayed in the New York Daily News, Dec. 2

Aaron Boone was chosen out of a pool of six candidates that included Carlos Beltran, Hensley Muelens, Rob Thomas, Chris Woodward, and Eric Wedge. Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman has faith in Boone — though he has no previous managing experience.

After the Yankees came within one game of the World Series to end the 2017 season, expectations for the 2018 season will be high. The ole’ World Series or bust motto is back in New York. There’s no question Boone has plenty of talent on the roster — it’ll be up to him to put the pieces together to begin what could be the next Yankee Dynasty.

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