What Aaron Boone means to the Yankees’ free-agent chase

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Nothing matters more when signing a major free agent than money.

Gerrit Cole became a Yankee because they upped their offer to $324 million over nine years — not because of the team’s famous recruiting pitch that involved his favorite bottle of wine and a “contraption shaped like home plate” that opened up to reveal a tablet with videos touting the franchise’s history and information about the area.

Still, those touches helped, and with the Yankees potentially on the verge of their most active offseason in years, Aaron Boone said he would be heavily involved in talking to players about coming to The Bronx.

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