New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone speaks to reporters before a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, Calif., Wednesday, July 19, 2023. Ashley Landis – staff, ASSOCIATED PRESS

The nightmarish 2023 MLB season is all set to end for the New York Yankees as they failed to secure a berth for October. While the team has five more games left on the regular season schedule, the goalpost has already shifted to 2024. The front office and the players have collectively turned the page on 2023 to come out strong in 2024.

While off-season changes are inevitable, speculations over the details of those changes have gained momentum in these past few weeks. Fans and analysts alike want to understand the New York Yankees’ mindset and approach. Aaron Boone, the skipper, recently dropped hints on a couple of aspects that will top the management’s priority list in 2024.


Aaron Boone Wants To Dive Deep Into The Player Preparation Process!

Jake Bauers slowly walks off the field with Aaron Boone after suffering an injury when he made a diving catch during the first inning of the Yankees-Rangers game. Getty Images

The upcoming off-season is going to be an eventful one in the Bronx. In a series of closed-door meetings, a lot of aspects and areas of concern could discussed briefly. From roster performance review to front office changes, everything will be on the table of discussion. While the Yankees franchise has maintained silence on the details of the upcoming changes, the skipper dropped a few hints last weekend. In a recent press interview, Boone said that the reasons for the roster fallout will remain widely explored. This season, the health of the roster has remained a major concern. Thus, the team wants to get to the bottom of it to find the root cause.

It is also directly related to the players’ preparation process. “I think how we train and how we get guys ready and all of that will be one of those things that we dive into heavily,” said Aaron Boone. The Yankees have long remained heavily dependent on the analytics, which many believe led to their downfall this year. Hence, the magnitude of the usage of analytics will also come under review. Another issue is obviously the health concerns. The Yanks have already played foul by trusting injury-prone players. That remains irreversible. So now, all the franchise can do is minimize the risk by tweaking the preparation process of those injury susceptible players. All things considered, the upcoming off-season is going to be one of a kind in Yanks’ storied history.

Interesting Stat Sums Up The Yankees Rare Season!

Top photo of Anthony Volpe, Nestor Cortes, Aaron Hicks, Gerrit Cole, Anthony Rizzo, Aaron Judge, and Oswaldo Cabrera of the Yankees: Sarah Stier / Getty Images

It’s not a secret anymore that the 2023 MLB season is one of the worst in the New York Yankees’ four-decade-long history. As the team recently got eliminated from the playoff race, an interesting stat was read out by MLB insider Bryan Hoch, which summed up the Yanks’ awful season.

Hoch says that the Yanks’ game on Monday happened to be only the 17th time in 4,102 games under Brian Cashman’s GM tenure that the Yankees have played a game while being mathematically eliminated from the postseason. The Bombers fell out of the playoff race on Sunday and turned up for the series finale game on Monday vs. Diamondbacks. It’s certainly the lowest of the low moments for the team right now.