New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone stopped by Summit's Washington Elementary School today, spending a big chunk of the morning with fifth graders discussing the role -- and importance -- of math and science in baseball, participating in a STEM discussion, answering some very unique and creative questions, and giving out a ton of high fives.

The visit was made possible by the partnership between Hess Trucks and the Yankees.

Boone is part of the first family in Baseball history to produce three generations -- his father Bob, grandfather Ray, and older brother Bret -- of Major League players and, prior to becoming a manager, himself enjoyed a 12-year career as a major leaguer playing for six different ballclubs, including The Pinstripes in 2003.

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