The New York Yankees would be considering keeping Aaron Boone as the team’s manager for the 2022 MLB season, ESPN’s Buster Olney reported.
One of the reasons Boone would continue to lead the club is that team owner Hal Steinbrenner does not blame him for what happened during the 2021 campaign and wants him to remain in command of the team.
Gio Urshela revealed that he wants to remain the team’s shortstop next season, despite whatever plans management has in mind regarding the position.
«I enjoyed playing shortstop because you get more involved in the game,» Urshela told New York Post reporter Ken Davidoff. “In every play you are going to be involved. On the other hand, in third I just wait for the ball and that’s it. You don’t move that much. «
The Yankees’ main office is considering giving Aaron Judge a contract extension to secure him for a long time, according to a report from nj.com.
The outfielder, who will be eligible for salary arbitration at the end of the season, projects to earn a salary of $ 17.1 million, according to an analysis of the specialized website MLB Trade Rumors.
Luke Voit’s presence on the 60-day disabled list has caused MLB teams to lose interest in first base, according to an ESPN New York report.
During the season there were several attempts to make a change for Voit despite the player was limited due to injuries. However, during the winter Voit was expected to arouse new interest among the teams, but the player finished the season on the injury list and his return is expected in January.