New York Yankee manager Aaron Boone and other Yankees thank Health Care workers, watch

William Parlee
New York Yankees, Aaron Boone
Oct 17, 2019; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone (17) answers questions from media during a press conference before game four of the 2019 ALCS playoff baseball series against the Houston Astros at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Yankees, like all of baseball, is dealing with a delay of an unknown time for the start of the baseball season.  Even though that is bothersome to Yankee management as well as the players, they fully realize that the coronavirus trumps that inconvenience.   Manager Aaron Boone recently said this situation is more significant than baseball.  In the past few days, New York Yankees have come out of the woodwork from where they are trying to stay safe to show their appreciation to health care workers for their efforts in this difficult time

My mom and her ICU coworkers were supposed to go to a @Yankees game this week but instead they’re out here saving lives. Thanks to all of our medical professionals putting their lives on the line for us! ElGarySanchez@TheJudge44@TorresGleyber@YankeesPR

When New York Yankee Gleyber Torres saw this, he wasted no time thanking the doctors and nurses.
“grateful for the excellent work, we are fortunate to have great people saved life in this difficult situation, that is some real savages in the box .. I hope to see you soon take care and stay safe Thank you”
Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez also have thanked health care workers for their devotion to the job during the COVID-19 outbreak.
With the coronavirus continuing to spread at a rapid rate, the start of the New York Yankee season is becoming less known rather than becoming more evident.  One thing that is clear is the jeopardy that doctors and nurses alike put themselves in every day as they try to do the job that they have picked for their careers.  They worry about their own health and the health of their families they have to go home too.  Although I am not directly connected, I have a friend who is a chaplain in a Chicago hospital.  He is worried, he changes his clothes before returning home.
All of the Yankees, including its manager Aaron Boone, want these workers to know how much they are appreciated and that they are thought about as they go about saving lives.