3. Aaron Boone
The last time Boone donned pinstripes was in 2003, when he delivered one of the most legendary home runs in Yankee history (and they’ve hit plenty). Boone hit a walk-off homer in Game 7 of the ALCS to send the Yankees to the World Series. They’d eventually lose the Fall Classic to the Florida Marlins, but, nevertheless, Boone’s name was etched in Yankee history.
Now, 14 years later, Boone is back in the Bronx. He was surprisingly selected as manager of the club after Joe Girardi left in a hire that has resulted in praise for the forward-thinking Yankee front office.Back to top