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“Boone obviously has to be considered for the American League Manager of the Year, not just for the numbers, but the job he has done this season. He had to keep the ship steady as an MLB-record 30 players going on the injured list this season in a record 39 stints.” - Kristie Ackert, New York Daily News, September 20, 2019 “Since Aaron Boone lit the baseball world on fire...the New York Yankees went from great to even better.” - Jacob Palmer, New York Daily News, September 16, 2019 “They’ve navigated that tightrope masterfully, their success despite the injury epidemic an amazing story. From DJ LeMahieu to Gio Urshela to Tauchman to Mike Ford, these Yankees have produced more “Next Man Up” inspirations than the first 44 seasons of ‘Saturday Night Live.’” - Ken Davidoff, New York Post, September 11, 2019 “The incredible story of the 2019 Yankees has been told and retold, because it just keeps happening…” - Sam Miller, ESPN, August 20, 2019 “...this is a team that has proven time and time again this season it can win no matter who is injured. If it reaches Full Voltron Capacity in October, watch out.” - Mike Oz, Yahoo Sports, August 19, 2019 “..he (Gio Urshela) is among the best hitters in baseball, a revelation in the middle of the Yankees lineup, a darkhorse contender for the batting title, a pivotal figure heading into October...” - Rustin Dodd, The Athletic, August 17, 2019 “LeMahieu is marching toward history, one swing at a time, one hard-hit ball at a time. It's in his programming.” - David Adler,, August 17, 2019 “The New York Yankees got a Gold Glove-caliber third baseman who just might win the batting title for the price of a Hyundai.” - Mike Mazzeo, Yahoo Sports, August 15, 2019 “Who needs Bryce Harper or Manny Machado when you have Gio Urshela and Mike Tauchman?” - Zachary D. Rymer, Bleacher Report, August 14, 2019 “...DJ LeMahieu (is) playing his way onto a lot of AL MVP ballots.” - Richard Justice,, August 14, 2019 “The big story of the 2019 New York Yankees so far has been Gio Urshela and Mike Tauchman and DJ LeMahieu and Cameron Maybin doing amazing and wondrous things.” - David Schoenfield,, August 13, 2019 “...the Yankees have made themselves a tougher offense to hold down inning after inning because: 1) there are just no soft spots and 2) they have added batting average while not losing power.” - Joel Sherman, New York Post, August 13, 2019 “Gio Urshela’s ascension is nothing short of remarkable...” - Pete Caldera,, August 9, 2019 “Domingo German has been a season-saver.” - Kristie Ackert, New York Daily News, August 9, 2019 “...Tauchman has exceeded all expectations” - Bryan Hoch,, August 8, 2019 “...the Yankees have made a joke out of the AL East.” - George A. King III, New York Post, August 8, 2019 “In what is becoming a most magical season, the Yankees played a magical game, beating the Twins 14-12 in 10 video game-like action-packed innings in a contest that took five hours and three minutes to play and left players and fans drained.” - Kevin Kernan, New York Post, July 24, 2019 “Call the Yankees’ lineup whatever you want. Lately, you can call them unstoppable.” - Dan Martin, New York Post, July 20, 2019 “The Yankees’ brilliance is reaching ridiculous levels” - New York Post, June 30, 2019 “The Yankees just don’t beat you, they outlast you, no matter how long the game goes.” - Kevin Kernan, New York Post, July 5, 2019 “It’s definitely been an incredible first half for the Yankees, who had been one of baseball’s very best ballclubs despite probably having the worst run of injuries in franchise history.” - Randy Miller,, July 1, 2019 “If this is what the Yankees can do while banged up, may the baseball gods help the rest of MLB if/when they get healthy.” - Zachary D. Miller, Bleacher Report, June 28, 2019 “Despite more injuries than any other team in baseball and a weird schedule that included this mid-season trip to Europe, the Bombers flew back to the United States clearly the team to beat in the second half of the season.” - Kristie Ackert, New York Daily News, June 30, 2019 “He (Yankees second baseman DJ LeMahieu) was Colorado’s best-kept secret for seven years, but now he’s the talk of the league...At this point, he may be American League’s Most Valuable Player. LeMahieu, 30, is having one of the greatest first halves in Yankee history...” - Bob Nightengale, USA Today, July 1, 2019