The speculations came to an end and the outcome of the case Aaron Judge seems to have a happy ending well the 30-year-old ballplayer will continue his career with the New York Yankees franchisethe same with which in the campaign that just ended a couple of months ago he shone to such an extent that he became the MVP of the American League despite the fact that those from the Bronx were left on the edge again in the Playoffs.
According to reports from MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand, the player and the Yankees agreed to a contract extension for the next 9 years in exchange for $360 million dollars, thus surpassing the previous offer that Judge himself rejected at the beginning of the Major League Baseball campaign, which was for seven years and a figure of $213.5 million dollars.
Silence in the Bronx
The deal between the slugger and the NY franchise is signed once a physical is carried out, as revealed by the MLBalthough the Yankees have not ruled on this issue.
In this way after falling into free agency at the end of the season, Judge will continue with the Yankees, a team with which he managed to break the record for home runs in an American League season by driving 62 home runssurpassing the previous mark that belonged to Roger Maris, who achieved it in 1961 and which led him to win the MVP.
Before signing with the Yankees squad, Judge was tempted by some teams within the Major Leaguesamong which the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres stood out, although Judge decided to stay in New York.