TV commentator is the new manager of Yankees

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ESPN analyst Aaron Boone was appointed as the manager of the most titled baseball club in MLB -;New York Yankees. The former Infidel signed a 3-year contract and succeeded Joe Jirardi, who led the Yankees for the last 10 seasons, and in 2009 he led the team to his 27th World Series championship title. 44-year-old Boone has never worked as a manager or coach at any level. Immediately after retiring as a player in 2009, the former third basemaker began work on television and has since served as a commentator both during Premier League matches and ESPN emblematic footage on Baseball on Monday night and Sunday`s Baseballevening `. `I firmly believe that Aaron possesses the necessary qualities to continue the tradition of Yankees` great managers, all indicating that he is a polished communicator who has the ability to create and develop relationships, ` said New York City owner Hal Steinbren. As a player Aaron Boone wore the six club according sport tips uniform -;Cincinnati Reds (1997-2003), New York Yankees (2003), Cleveland Indians (2005-2006), Florida Marlins (2007), Washington Nationals (2008) and Houston Astros (2009). The most memorable moment in his career is precisely the team of the Yankees;in the playoffs in 2003, he hit the decisive home run in the 11th innings of Match 7 against Boston Red Sox in the American League final. Boone was selected as Yankee`s manager in the competition of five other candidates:Rob Thomson, Eric Wage, Hensley Mullens, Chris Woodford, and Carlos Beltran. His official presentation of `Yankees` in the Bronx will be on Wednesday.



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