In this  July 15, 2003  file photo, then-Cincinnati Reds' Aaron Boone, left, and his brother, Bret, second from right, pose with their grandfather, Ray, second from left, and father, Bob, right, before the 74th Major League Baseball All-Star Game at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. Aaron Boone's hiring has been finalized by the New York Yankees, who gave the ESPN broadcaster a three-year contract to succeed Joe Girardi as manager, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. New York said he will be introduced Wednesday at Yankee Stadium.
In this July 15, 2003 file photo, then-Cincinnati Reds' Aaron Boone, left, and his brother, Bret, second from right, pose with their grandfather, Ray, second from left, and father, Bob, right, before the 74th Major League Baseball All-Star Game at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. Aaron Boone's hiring has been finalized by the New York Yankees, who gave the ESPN broadcaster a three-year contract to succeed Joe Girardi as manager, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. New York said he will be introduced Wednesday at Yankee Stadium. Mark Duncan, File AP Photo
In this July 15, 2003 file photo, then-Cincinnati Reds' Aaron Boone, left, and his brother, Bret, second from right, pose with their grandfather, Ray, second from left, and father, Bob, right, before the 74th Major League Baseball All-Star Game at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. Aaron Boone's hiring has been finalized by the New York Yankees, who gave the ESPN broadcaster a three-year contract to succeed Joe Girardi as manager, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. New York said he will be introduced Wednesday at Yankee Stadium. Mark Duncan, File AP Photo

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