The Yankees may have fell short of their ultimate goal, but do not expect any drastic changes to the coaching staff.
All of the coaches on manager Aaron Boone's staff are expected to return next season, according to George King of the New York Post.
First base coach Reggie Willits, third base coach Phil Nevin, bench coach Josh Bard, infield coach Carlos Mendoza and assistant hitting coach P.J. Pillittere will all be back after their first season coaching in pinstripes.
Marcus Thames will return for his fourth season and second as hitting coach, while pitching coach Larry Rothschild and bullpen coach Mike Harkey return for their ninth and 10th seasons, respectively.
The Yankees did not offer manager Joe Girardi a new contract after the 2017 season -- in which the Yankees reached Game 7 of the ALCS -- and much of his staff was cleaned out with the exception of Thames, Rothschild and Harkey.
The Yankees won 100 games under Boone and his staff and set a major league record with 267 home runs in the regular season, but were eliminated by the Red Sox in four games in the ALDS.