It seems that the New York Yankees are getting closer to deciding who their new manager will be for 2018.
Already with several real options at their disposal, the 'Bombers' are taking all the time in the world to make a decision.
On Friday, multiple sources made it official that Aaron Boone, who appears as the favorite to become the new Yanks manager, was interviewed by the Yankees board.
In turn, Boone, who has served as a sports analyst for the ESPN network in recent years, spoke of his goals in the future.
Aaron Boone on going through his first-ever managerial interview: "I want to be the next Yankees manager. I'm not here for the exercise of it."— Mark Feinsand (@Feinsand) 17 de noviembre de 2017
According to Brendan Kuty of NJ.com, who also spoke with Boone, the ex-big leaguer said he is proud to handle people and relationships.
Aaron Boone says he takes pride in "managing people and managing relationships"— Brendan Kuty (@BrendanKutyNJ) 17 de noviembre de 2017
Boone is one of the current characters linked to the new wave of managers in the Major Leagues.
Although, he has no experience as a manager, everything indicates that for the Yankees, the former MLB player and once playoff héroe for the Yanks, meets the communication skill profile and the understanding of statistics the team wants.