Aaron Boone renews for three years as Yankees manager

ANDl manager Aaron Boone will remain in command of the New York Yankees after signing a new three-year contract which includes a club option for 2025, after four seasons with a positive record but repeated failures in the playoffs.

Boone, whose home run sentenced the Yankees to win the American League title in 2003, has a 328-218 mark on the front. Their teams have made the playoffs four times, with a title of the Eastern Division of the circuit as the maximum achievement.

New York beat Oakland in wild-card game 2018 before falling 3-1 to Boston in the Division Series. They swept Minnesota in the 2019 and then they lost against Houston in a Championship Series in the American League that went to six games. Last year, the Yankees swept Cleveland in a Wild Card Series before succumb to Houston in a Division Series that went to five games.They fell to the Red Sox in the wild card game this year.

The Yankees have not made it to the World Series since its consecration in 2009, under Joe Girardi – the last full season before owner George Steinbrenner passed away. Boone was hired by general manager Brian Cashman and Hal Steinbrenner, who replaced his father as primary owner in November 2008.

“We have a person and manager in Aaron Boone who has baseball savvy and is widely respected in the dressing room to get us through.”Steinbrenner said in a statement Tuesday. “As a team and as an organization, we have to grow, evolve and improve. We need to be better. Period. I know that Aaron fully embraces our expectations of success, and I am confident that I will be able to harness his intelligence, instincts and leadership as we pursue our next championship. of the World Series “.

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