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A man has admitted stabbing another man to death in Union County last year. Terrel Jordan, 33, pleaded guilty Thursday morning to third-degree murder in the death of Aaron Boone. Jordan stabbed Boone several times outside Boone's home in Lewisburg in March of 2017. [Read More]
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Terrel Jordan pleaded guilty Thursday to the murder of Aaron Boone in 2017. [Read More]
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The swing-and-miss arsenal of the Yankees' bullpen was viewed as one of the club's greatest strengths during the 2017 season, and that crew should again dominate American League opponents when it's deployed by new manager Aaron Boone. All of that heat should come in handy, with Boone envisioning a lineup that produces many leads for closer Aroldis Chapman and his friends to protect. [Read More]
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Go ahead, Yankees fans. Feast your eyes on what Aaron Boone's lineup would look like with Orioles superstar Manny Machado in it in 2018 -- even if there's a slim chance it'll happen. [Read More]
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The Yankees' first visit to Fenway Park in 2018 is not scheduled to take place until April 10, and general manager Brian Cashman is already envisioning how the team might deploy its new-look outfield against Red Sox ace left-hander Chris Sale. Last month's acquisition of Giancarlo Stanton from the Marlins has created a nice problem for new manager Aaron Boone to solve, slotting the reigning National League Most Valuable Player Award winner into a crowded defensive mix that includes Brett Gardner, Aaron Hicks, Jacoby Ellsbury and Aaron Judge, last year's American League Rookie of the Year. [Read More]
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Yankees manager Aaron Boone explains how he envisions rotating Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton between the DH and corner OF slots... [Read More]
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The Yankees have been vocal about their desire to upgrade their rotation, but there is some comfort in knowing that the group currently filling out manager Aaron Boone's starting five brought the club within one victory of the World Series last fall. Led by Luis Severino, who established himself as an ace by going 14-6 with a 2.98 ERA and 230 strikeouts in 2017, the Yanks believe that they have a promising variety of inning-eating talent in place even if general manager Brian Cashman is unable to add another starter before the season opener. [Read More]
The blockbuster trade that would deliver Giancarlo Stanton to The Bronx was still a few days away from being official, with the superstar slugger summoned to Tampa, Fla., for his official Yankees physical. But new manager Aaron Boone was already scribbling down potential batting orders for the upcoming season. "You add the National League MVP to what we feel like is already a very strong lineup, the possibilities start to run through your head of what that could look like," Boone said. [Read More]
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