In this Unhinged Yankees video, we take a deep dive into what made Aaron Boone the legend of the 2003 ALCS and a hero in New York forever.
Aaron Boone is the current manager of the Bronx Bombers, but prior to that, he was considered a legend among New Yorkers for his miraculous home run in Game Seven of the 2003 ALCS that brought the Yankees to the World Series. It was a fly ball to deep left field at the old Yankee Stadium that will surely never be forgotten.
Looking back on Boone’s playing career, 2003 in particular, it is very interesting to see how he progressed and the very dramatic highs and lows from his career. Unhinged Yankees’ very own Jason Anderson took it into his own hands to tell the story of Boone’s 2003 campaign that could be matched by no one.
While many fans may not appreciate Boone’s current decisions as New York manager, after watching this mini-documentary, there is no denying the historic impact this one man had on the entire game of baseball for just a short period of time.