Aaron Boone watched Red Sox celebrate his World Series title. He never used the experience, but the New York Yankees manager refused to switch off the television because his rivals flooded the Dodgers stadium field
At the first press conference in spring training for journalists, the second head of the year said. he took some extra motivation to watch Chris's sales for the Boston title.
"I've always been a fan of the game, so I watched the session season. This year was a bit more difficult, ”said Boone, for Coley Harvey ESPN . "But I really wanted to see if the World Series and Red Sox celebrate and watch them on the podium. I don't know if it was torture myself or what, but I took care of watching it. don't need much motivation. But to watch such a well-known team and, of course, one of your rivals celebrates where you would like to be, I think this is a bit of fuel.
Red Sox has fallen into the Yankees in the American League Division. New York is aware that he has to conquer Alex Coros's team to meet his World Series expectations this year.
Although the Yankees have not yet hit Manny Machado, they have strengthened their rotation, the bulldozer and the seasonal attack as they attempt to roll the Red Sox. New York re-signed C.C. Sabathia, Brett Gardner and J.A. Happ sells Seattle Mariners by sending James Paxton and signing Adam Ottavino, Troy Tulowitzki and D.J.
Boone pointed out that his paper roll and bullpen felt "a little stronger" than the team that won the last season's Yankees. However, he admitted the need to put this paper in production.
"Many ways to talk about it are cheap," Boone said. "We have great expectations, and I think we have these expectations rightfully, but now we have to go and do it." Download the free app.