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Aaron John Boone (born March 9, 1973) is an American baseball manager and former infielder who is the manager of the New York Yankees in Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for 13 seasons from 1997 through 2009. As a player, Boone is most recognized for his 2003 campaign with the Yankees, during which he was an All-Star and hit the winning walk-off home run of the 2003 American League Championship Series. More about Aaron Boone
These are the most current items with a signature of Aaron Boone that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1997 Indianapolis Indians Signed Autographed Ball Aaron Boone New York Yankees||$25.99|
|1998 Donruss Signature Series Auto Millennium Marks /1000 Aaron Boone Auto||$34.74|
|AARON BOONE 1994 STADIUM CLUB ROOKIE SIGNED CARD #10||$19.95|
|AARON BOONE 2001 UD VINTAGE SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED CARD #328 CINCINNATI REDS||$29.95|
|Aaron Boone Autograph 1994 Upper Deck Minors 95 Beckett Authentic BGS rookie||$37.35|
|Aaron Boone New York Yankees Autographed 11 x 14 Spotlight Photograph with 03 ALCS GW HR Inscription||$129.99|
|Aaron Boone New York Yankees Autographed 8 x 10 Hitting Photograph with 03 ALCS GW HR Inscription||$119.99|
|AARON BOONE NEW YORK YANKEES MLB HOLOGRAM SIGNED AUTO M.L. BASEBALL W/ COA||$79.99|
|Signed 8x10 AARON BOONE New York Yankees Autographed photo - w/COA||$49.99|
In total, we tracked 638 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Aaron Boone (Aaron Boone New York Yankees Signed Cooperstown 2003 ALCS Bat Steiner) was sold in June 2022 for $229.00 while the cheapest item (Aaron Boone Autographed RawlingOfficial League Ball.) found a new owner for $0.01 in July 2011. The month with the most items sold (17) was December 2017 with an average selling price of $55.00 for an autographed item of Aaron Boone. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2017 with $114.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.50 was January 2020. In average, an autographed item from Aaron Boone is worth $10.51.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Aaron Boone were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1994 Signature Rookies Draft Picks #62 Aaron Boone RC AUTO 939/7750||$5.50|
|2017 TOPPS ARCHIVES FAN FAVORITES AARON BOONE PEACH 'YANKEES MGR AUTOGRAPH AUTO||$49.99|
|Aaron Boone & Brett Signed Baseball Autographed game used Major League ball||$10.49|
|Aaron Boone 1998 Donruss Signature Series Red AUTO RC REDS||$6.99|
|Aaron Boone 2005 Topps Pristine UNCOMMON PERSONAL ENDORSEMENTS AUTOGRAPH /247||$4.99|
|Aaron Boone 2017 Topps Archives Certified On-Card Auto Signature NY Yankees||$40.00|
|Aaron Boone Cincinnati Reds 3rd Baseman Autograph Signed Major League Baseball||$34.95|
|AARON BOONE SIGNED 1995 RC..BEST CARDS #65~~EX-MT||$4.99|
|Aaron Boone Signed Autographed 8x10 Yankees Reds Indians Marlins||$22.00|
|Aaron Boone Signed Game 7 Walk Off NY Yankees 11x14 Autographed Photo Steiner||$28.00|
Boone: Could use Montas as opener in playoffs (09/25/22): With Frankie Montas going on the injured list Tuesday, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said it would be tough for the right-hander to be part of the team's playoff rotation given the timing, but using him as an opener or in a relief role is an option.
Cole tossed, then Boone, but Yanks hold off Sox (09/24/22): Yankees starter Gerrit Cole and manager Aaron Boone were both ejected from Friday night's game against the Red Sox for arguing with plate umpire Brian Knight about a called ball that preceded a game-tying home run in the sixth inning.
'Embarrassing': Boone angry after Yanks' 9-0 loss (09/03/22): The Yankees' 9-0 defeat to the Rays on Friday was their biggest blowout loss this season. "That's an embarrassing loss," manager Aaron Boone said.
Yanks' LeMahieu day-to-day with toe inflammation (08/16/22): Yankees manager Aaron Boone said DJ LeMahieu will receive treatment on the injury, which has affected him while swinging when he rotates on his back (right) foot.
Yankees bust out of slump after team meeting (08/2022): A season-high five-game losing streak prompted Yankees manager Aaron Boone to assemble his players in the visiting clubhouse at Seattle's T-Mobile Park for a team meeting.
Yankees catcher Ben Rortvedt suffers oblique injury, creating 'concern' for Open (03/2022): New York Yankees' Ben Rortvedt has an oblique injury and there is "concern" as to whether or not the catcher will be ready in time for Opening Day, Aaron Boone said Saturday.
Former Gold Glove 3B Chavez part of Yanks' staff (12/2021): Manager Aaron Boone and the New York Yankees finalized the club's coaching staff on Tuesday, including former New York Mets manager Luis Rojas, who will serve as third base coach.
Yankees' Gallo leaves game with neck tightness (09/2021): Yankees left fielder Joey Gallo left Saturday's game because of neck tightness. Manager Aaron Boone said he was unsure how Gallo's neck tightened up.
Boone says Yankees 'a lot better' with Gallo (07/2021): The Yankees completed their trade for All-Star Joey Gallo on Thursday, and manager Aaron Boone told reporters that he has already welcomed Joey Gallo to the team.
Another Yanks staffer tests positive for COVID-19 (05/2021): Another member of the Yankees' staff has tested positive for COVID-19, according to manager Aaron Boone, bringing the total number of cases among the team over the past week to nine.
Boone talks with RHP German about deleted post (02/2021): On Domingo German's first day back with the Yankees following a domestic violence suspension, he had a conversation with manager Aaron Boone over his deleted Instagram post.
Boone's goal to keep LeMahieu 'for a long time' (12/2020): Yankees manager Aaron Boone said "it's no secret" that his No. 1 priority is to keep free agent DJ LeMahieu in the fold "for a long time," and that he'll probably reach out to the infielder in the near future.
Judge (calf) exits; IL stint 'possible,' Boone says (08/2020): Yankees slugger Aaron Judge left Wednesday's second game against the Braves due to tightness in his calf and will be reevaluated Thursday, manager Aaron Boone said.
Stanton (calf) 'ready to go,' Yanks' Boone says (03/2020): Working his way back from a Grade 1 right calf strain, Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton is 'doing great' during baseball's suspension, New York manager Aaron Boone said.
Judge in 'holding pattern' amid tests on shoulder (02/2020): An MRI on Yankees star Aaron Judge's ailing right shoulder came back negative, and he is scheduled for another test Monday. "We're in a holding pattern with it, just trying to figure out what exactly is going on," manager Aaron Boone said Saturday.
For Brian Cashman, Yankees’ Sad Ending Won’t Mean a Roster Reboot (10/2019): “We failed in our final game, but it wasn’t a failed season,” the general manager said in a wrap-up news conference for the 2019 season. Manager Aaron Boone was less sanguine about the A.L.C.S. loss.
Yankees’ manager Aaron Boone on Aaron Judge playing ‘New York, New York’ last Oc (02/2019): Boone discussed moments from last October before the Yankees took on the Red Sox in Grapefruit League play Saturday.
Aaron Boone Goes Knuckle-Deep On ESPN Megacast (01/2015): Aaron Boone is one of a number of ESPN personalities featured on tonight's Megacast "ESPN Voices" broadcast on ESPNU, which has mostly consisted of allowing viewers to watch talent eat food. Or in Aaron Boone's case, watch him pick his nose. Read more...
NHL takeaways: Move over, Aaron Boone — Boston has a new villain (05/2014): Bruins have done everything they can to stop P.K. Subban (their fans have done even worse). But the Canadiens’ defenseman just keeps coming, and could just take down the B's.
Former MLB Player and ESPN Analyst, Aaron Boone Talks Heart Awareness, Baseball, (02/2014): I had the great fortune to speak with former Major League Baseball player, Aaron Boone about CHD. He found out back in his college days that he had a heart defect. Even with that news he didn’t let that slow him down. Contributor: Art Eddy, III Published: Feb 18, 2014
Aaron Boone picks Reds to reach World Series (02/2013): Former Red Aaron Boone says the Reds are his pick to get to the World Series in the National League this year. John Fay interviewed Boone on Thursday in Goodyear.
Aaron Boone is Grand Marshal of Findlay Market Parade (03/2012): The Cincinnati Reds and Findlay Market announce that Reds great and ESPN broadcaster Aaron Boone will be the Grand Marshal of the 93 rd Findlay Market Opening Day Parade.
Utah Blaze: Aaron Boone gets AFL award (04/2011): Aaron Boone earned the Highlight of the Week from the Arena Football League.