the New York Yankee Once again he withdrew from the postseason without reaching the World Series under the guidance of manager Aaron Boone, forcing many to demand a regime change in New York.
Boone signed a three-year extension in the off-season, but reports on what the organization used as inspiration during the Series of championships of the American league he will do nothing to cool down those who seek his dismissal.
Before being overwhelmed by the Houston Astros in the ALCS, Yankees mental skills coach Chad Bohling sent out the highlights of the 2004 Boston Red Sox, who became the first team to return from a 3-0 post-season trailing to win, doing so against the Yankees.
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Michael Kay, who is YES Network’s play-by-play man for Yankees broadcasts, wasn’t impressed.
“The Yankees have a mental skill coach,” Kay said Monday on his radio show. “He put together a video of the 2004 Red Sox returning from 0-3 down. How in the name of the god of baseball you can be as deaf as an organization as if you had to?
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“I mean bad optics. Are you out of your mind? I spoke to three players from the 2004 team: they were outraged that their failure was being used as a motivation for the 2022 team. How could you do that? It would be like someone from [Abraham] Lincoln’s family, and you’re trying to teach them about movie shootings, and you use their father as an example of how to avoid it. “
The clips didn’t work like Houston is back from an initial three-run deficit to wipe out New York.
“We’ve been beaten by a better team right now and that’s the reality,” Boone said after the game, according to ESPN. “They are clearly making a mark in this championship that we aspire to achieve.”
It is the fourth time the Astros have sent home the Yankees from the postseason in their last seven appearances in the New York playoffs.
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Nothing the Yankees did against Houston worked – hitting 50 times in four games against the Astros throw – including trying to draw inspiration from their hated rivals.
“If George Steinbrenner were alive today, someone would be fired for doing something similar,” Kay said. “This is dull tone.”