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2018 Pinstripe Preview: Neil Walker

After going through much of the offseason unsigned, the Yankees swooped in and signed versatile infielder Neil Walker to a one-year deal worth $4-million. Despite signing the 32-year-old veteran to a big league deal, Walker is expected to begin the season coming off the bench, and he should see time at second, third, and first base with the Bronx Bombers. Now with his fourth big league club, Walker will make to look an impact on an otherwise youthful Yankee team.

Breaking: Yankees name Aaron Boone their new manager

Tonight it was announced that former Yankee and current ESPN Analyst Aaron Boone has been hired to be the 35th manager in Yankees history.  
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Boone is succeeding Joe Girardi who was at the helm for the previous 10 years. Boone has been praised for his high baseball IQ, familiarity with the analytical side of baseball, and his charisma. The one thing he lacks is coaching/managerial experience. It is rumored that the Yankees will hire someone with more managerial or coaching experience as his bench coach, maybe Eric Wedge or Dusty Baker.

Stay tuned for more details regarding the hire.

Article by: Matthew Donovan