Yankees will reportedly name Aaron Boone their new manager

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Hensley Meulens and Aaron Boone are favorites to be next Yankees manager

No. 1, Joe Girardi, was just fired as manager of the Yankees, while No. 2, Aaron Boone, is set to take over as manager of a team with the highest of expectations.

As things stand, Aaron Boone will be the next manager of the New York Yankees.

Boone and Giants bench coach Hensley Meulins were said to be the two finalists for the job, but Giants beat writer Henry Schulman reported Meulins would not be leaving San Francisco.

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The Yankees interviewed six candidates for the job.

After a month of searching, interviews, and speculation, the 35th manager of the Yankees will be none other than Aaron Bleepin' Boone.

"Going into broadcasting, I feel like so much of my job in the booth, especially the last few years, I find myself managing games all the time and thinking about strategies and thinking about situations".

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Boone gained the credibility to work at ESPN by virtue of having a 13-year Major League career that included stints with the Reds, Yankees, Indians, Marlins, Nationals and Astros. Sources said Carlos Beltran was informed he would not be the manager, but the just-retired outfielder could be considered for another role in the organization. He injured his left knee while playing basketball during the following offseason, setting off a sequence of events that led to the Yankees' February 2004 trade for Alex Rodriguez. His 11th-inning home run off Boston's Tim Wakefield won Game 7 of the AL Championship Series for the Yankees against Boston. "I'm 44 years old now, I've been going to the ballpark since I was 3 and 4 years old and in a way, managing the game from a very young age".

Boone's career with NY was brief. Steinbrenner said he was unlikely to hire anyone without managerial experience, so Aaron must have impressed the hell of out him during his interviews! His grandfather Ray was a major league third baseman and his brother Bret was a four-time All-Star.

And now, Bob and Aaron Boone will become just the fourth father/son duo to both manage in Major League Baseball, joining Connie and Earle Mack, George and Dick Sisler, and Bob and Joel Skinner. "I looked for a lot of guidance from a lot of people that I have respect for, and Alex knows baseball as well as anybody". Brian Cashman is banking on a former player turned manager to become the next in line to have that same kind of success. "I engaged him. I don't want to speak for him, but I don't think he has any interest in that position".

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According to George King of the NY Daily News - Meulens and Boone are the favorites and Beltran has an outside shot.

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