TAMPA, Fla. – New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone is into his second full week on the bench after having a pacemaker inserted and says he's feeling “awesome.” Boone had the procedure done at St.
Joseph’s Hospital in Tampa, Florida, on March 3 and was back on the job after missing just three games. “Just a lot different, honestly,” Boone said before Sunday’s road game against the Toronto Blue Jays. “Energy.
Even cardio-vascular workout capabilities. Done some (Peloton) rides I haven’t done in a few months that I didn’t even realize, oh, this is what it’s supposed to be like.” Boone’s pacemaker is to keep his heart rate from dropping below 50-60 beats per minute or from rising too high. “Still have some arm restrictions,” Boone said. “So I