Aaron Boone New York Yankees Autographed and Inscribed "2003 ALCS GW HR" OMLB Baseball
Before becoming the manager of the New York Yankees, Aaron Boone hit one of the most famous home runs in baseball history when he blasted one into the left field seats in the bottom of the 11th inning in game seven of the 2003 ALCS to lift the Bombers past the rival Red Sox and send them to the World Series. That night, Boone solidified his place in pinstripe lore, and he continues to author his Bronx legacy as skipper of the Yankees today. A hallmark of Boone’s managerial style is his readiness to stick up for his players, as exemplified by his now-famous “savages in the box” rant.
Aaron Boone New York Yankees Autographed & Inscribed "2003 ALCS GW HR" OMLB Baseball (CX Authenticated)