The MLB season is in jeopardy due to a lockout, but Aaron Boone clearly ain’t ready to sweat about it all just yet …
TMZ Sports got the New York Yankees manager out at LAX this week … and he didn’t seem to be too concerned about the contentious negotiations that are currently going down between team owners and the players association.
Boone was in great spirits … and when we asked if he had any advice for the players going through the lockout, he said calmly, “Nah. They’ll figure it out.”
Of course, there are others around the league that are far more concerned than Boone … given that baseball’s been in a work stoppage for nearly two months.
Owners and players are trying to come to a common ground on a new collective bargaining agreement … but significant strides toward a final deal have yet to be seen.
And, with spring training set for next month — and the start of the season scheduled for March — there’s a lot of hand wringing going down.
But, watch the clip — doesn’t seem like Boone’s ready to press any panic buttons just yet.