Those who emptied their lungs to boo Sonny Gray on Saturday night at Yankee Stadium may not get another chance to tear into the right-hander. As of Sunday, Aaron Boone and general manager Brian Cashman said there were no plans to skip Gray’s next start, which is scheduled for Friday night in Toronto against the Blue Jays. However, with Thursday dark on the Yankees’ schedule, Boone has the option of skipping Gray, whom the Red Sox rocked in Saturday evening’s 11-0 loss. “Those are conversations we always have, but it’s my expectation that he will make his next start,” Boone said before the Yankees hosted the Red Sox on Sunday night at a sweltering Yankee Stadium. “A lot of times it’s not just about the individual, what is our schedule, what is our rotation, our roster situation. When we have a day off in there, we can manipulate things, but we haven’t talked about altering [the rotation].” Cashman says rotation decisions belong to pitching coach Larry Rothschild and Boone. However, Cashman did say, “If you’re asking if we’re trying to avoid his next start, I would say no.” Based on the way Boone talked about unlocking Gray’s talents being a job for the staff and what he thought about Gray’s harsh criticism of himself following Saturday night’s debacle, it doesn’t sound like the Yankees are in the process of giving up on the 28-year-old right-hander, could this really be the end for Sonny Gray as a yankee.