MLB News: Details of Aaron Judge’s contract with Yankees; For how many millions and years did he sign?

Despite the two tempting offers that Aaron Judge received in free agency, in the end the lanky gunboat opted for renew contract with New York Yankees. The Judge will remain with the whole of the Bronx for the next nine seasons in exchange of $360 million. That is, the right fielder will win on average 40 million annually Of salary.

With this, Judge has become the highest-paid position player of all time in Major League Baseball, surpassing the $35.5 million per season earned by Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout.

It is worth mentioning that both the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres had a great battle with the Bombers to acquire the services of the 30-year-old star slugger. The Bay Bayans would have offered the exact same thing Judge ended up accepting at the Yankees, while sources indicate the Padres raised the offer, but it was not accepted by the reigning AL MVP.


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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 News: Details of Aaron Judge’s contract with Yankees; For how many millions and years did he sign?