Aaron Boone signs contract extension with Yankees
veteran Aaron Bon Signed a 3-year contract extension with New York Yankees On the MLB, which made him a free agent at the end of the 2024 season.
According to Yres’ Jack Curry, Boone is signing a three-year contract with an option for a fourth season as team manager.
Boone, who was recently seen leaving Yankee Stadium hours before the Yankees fired coaches Phil Nevin and Marcus Thames, will remain in the organization for three more seasons, but first must get the coaches who will accompany him on this long journey.
Apparently the mules did exactly what Alex Rodriguez said: “I’m going to give him a 3-year extension. If anyone thinks Aaron Boone has anything to do with the failures of the Yankees, they’re wrong.” A-ROD said a few weeks ago.
The Yankees and Aaron Boone agreed to a three-year contract with an option for 2025 for each source. Tweet embed It was the first with the news.
– Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand) October 19, 2021
Boone was expected not to be fired, because the mules have a tradition that when they go to get rid of a coach, they do so in the first week after the season is over for them.
Former player David Ortiz also commented that he does not feel Boone is to blame for the failure of the New York Yankees:
“Managers don’t play, man,” Ortiz said. “Only managers take steps.” Ortiz said.