As the Yankees gathered for their first full-squad workout of the spring on Monday morning, Aaron Boone stood in the center of the home clubhouse at George M. Steinbrenner Field, addressing his team for the first time as a big league manager.
Fresh off a World Series title, Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander flat-out rejected the suggestion earlier this week that the revamped New York Yankees are the team to beat in the American League. He’s not getting any argument, either, from Aaron Boone, the newly hired Yankees manager who watched from the broadcast booth in October […]
With the arrival of Spring Training, so begins Aaron Boone’s journey as a big league manager. Boone expects greatness from his team in 2018, and he wants his players to expect the same.
The Yankees are expected to make a lot of noise in 2018 after acquiring Giancarlo Stanton in the offseason, and new manager Aaron Boone is welcoming the pressure.
Aaron Judge, who is expected to meet the media on Wednesday, had a record-breaking rookie season as the Yankees prepare to face huge expectations.
Here is a transcript of Yankees manager Aaron Boone’s first Spring Training news conference on Tuesday.
Aaron Boone never thought he was going to be the Yankees' manager, until he was. Boone told USA Today he originally had plans to leave ESPN's “Sunday Night Baseball” to join the front office of another MLB team before getting the Yankees job. He had interviewed for the front office spot between
Aaron Boone has considered himself a Philadelphia Eagles fan since childhood, so the new Yankees manager is shelving his lineup cards for a few hours on this Super Bowl Sunday in favor of nachos, popcorn, and what he hopes will be an upset of the favored New England Patriots.
With his first spring at the helm of the Yankees soon to begin, manager Aaron Boone has been frequently jotting down an assortment of potential lineups, brainstorming how best to arrange his modern-day Murderer’s Row of Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez and others.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) Alex Rodriguez is taking over for Aaron Boone again, this time moving into the ESPN booth for Sunday Night Baseball.
The Milwaukee Brewers reached agreement on a one-year contract with left-handed reliever Boone Logan, contingent on him passing a physical exam, multiple media outlets reported Friday. MLB.com reported that Logan's deal is for a guaranteed $2.5 million in 2018 with a team option for $4,125,000 in