MLB: Don Mattingly advises Aaron Judge where to sign and why he should listen to him

It should be remembered that prior to the start of the 2022 season of MLBUS$213.5 million for a seven-year contract were not enough to convince Aaron Judge to extend his stay in yankees. However, the gamble that the Judge made on himself paid off as he had a historic season on offense. In addition to breaking the record for the most home runs (62) in the American League in a single season, the right fielder is the favorite to win the MVP in the young circuit.

While the top candidates to sign Judge in free agency remain the Yankees, teams like the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers emerge as strong contenders. That’s why a legendary former first baseman and outfielder who shone with the Bronx Bombers in the 1980s and 1990s has sent the lanky slugger a message telling him advises to stay in New York.

“I honestly hope Aaron (Judge) stays with the Yankees,” the former Mules player and current MLB manager said. Don Mattingley to Bob Kaplisch of NJ Advance Media. “I know his numbers are crazy, a lot of teams are interested. But if I were him, I’d like a chance to win. And the Yankees can give it to him every year.

If anyone knows how difficult it is to deal with a Bombers crowd, it’s Mattingly, who wore the pinstripes his entire major league career, from 1982 to 1995. So, he believes Judge has the courage to know how to drive. the pressure exerted by the fans in the stands of Yankee Stadium, with reference to the boos that were heard in the past playoffs prior to the elimination of New York against the Astros, in the Championship Series.

“The thing about playing in New York is that it’s great but it’s tough. The blessing is also the curse. But it’s the toughness that makes you better. Aaron is tough. People I talk to who know him say it’s like They announce it: a great player, tough, he understands his role. A great guy.” He sentenced the former manager of Dodgers and Marlins.

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I have graduated from the Autonomous University of Guadalajara since 2012, graduated as a Bachelor of Communication Sciences. After having been a radio host for a few years in the “Perla Tapatía”, I returned to my hometown, Mazatlán, Sinaloa and was hired by Periódico El Debate in May 2019. My first months in El Debate were writing articles for the vertical: “Mi Bolsillo”, however, in September of the same year I became part of the powerful lineup of “Al Bat”, where I still continue to work as a web journalist. In “Al Bat”, we truthfully reveal to our readers the most relevant news in the world of baseball, mainly from the MLB, winter leagues from Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and the Asian continent. I am a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League and the Boston Red Sox in the American League. My big dream is to see the Fenway Park stadium, the historic site of the “Red Sox”.

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MLB: Don Mattingly advises Aaron Judge where to sign and why he should listen to him