New York Yankees has had a few days of calm and joy after weeks ‘sinking’ and running out of hope in the 2021 Season of MLB. However, the elements that the team has now may not be in future seasons as they could come out in free agency. One of them is Aaron Judge, who recently spoke about his fate within the Yankees and how talks are going about a contract extension.
Aaron Judge is having the best season of his career since 2017 thanks to the fact that injuries have not come to him with the same frequency as in years past, thus bringing a good level to the New York Yankees.
This situation opens the way to questions about whether he and the Bronx organization have already spoken about extending his time in it and signing a contract increase, to which ‘The Judge’ replied that that is not yet on the table.
“The ball is on course. I’m just a player. I just do my job every day. I’m not going to rush anyone and say ‘let’s talk about this.’ That’s their job. That’s what they get paid for. They pay me to be there on the ground, “he told the media.
Aaron Judge has seen action in 142 games in the 2021 MLB Season, the most of his players. In this time, he has achieved a batting average of .284, with 92 RBIs and 36 home runs.
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