Yankees: Aaron Boone proves he’s the king of Christmas with gifts to his sons
Yankees manager Aaron Boone secured the bag for his kids on Christmas.
If you’re not a video game buff, you’re certainly sick of hearing everyone freaking out about how they can’t get their hands on the new PS5 or the Xbox Series X. But it’s a real struggle for many out there. The consoles sold out in a flash and many were left having to wait months, or were forced to spend double the price on the black market.
Well, we’re not sure what New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone did, but he got his hands on BOTH consoles for his boys on Christmas. This should be a warning for everyone out there who questions the Yankees skipper’s decisions. Know that he has a greater plan in mind each time he’s making a move you don’t fully support.
Boone posted this photo on Instagram with his three sons on Christmas and you can tell they’re amped. You can bet there’s been nonstop video game play since the moment they opened these.
In the caption, Boone shouted out The Athlete Assist for helping him out. The lifestyle management and marketing firm for professional athletes likely helped Boonie avoid waiting in the Black Friday lines for these. We’re unsure of the relationship between Boone and The Athlete Assist, but the firm also got PS5s for Cubs catcher Willson Contreras and Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, so it’s clear there’s a link to the baseball world.
In case you were unaware, Boone and his wife adopted Jeanel and Sergot (both on the left) from Haiti back in 2012. Two years later in 2014, the boys moved to the US and officially became members of the Boone family.
What else should be mentioned? Boone is rocking a shirt of his alma mater, the University of Southern California, and is also wearing Uggs. And in case you were wondering what others in Yankeeland were doing during the holidays…
Gleyber Torres in matching pajamas with his wife and Masahiro Tanaka dressed as Santa … doing what? We have no clue.
But the win goes to Boone. He made the day extra special for his kids, though his tree could use some ornaments.