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Yankees and Aaron Judge Agree to 9-Year Deal

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Yankees and Aaron Judge , Agree to 9-Year Deal.
Yankees and Aaron Judge , Agree to 9-Year Deal.
ESPN reports sources have confirmed that Judge agreed to a nine-year, $360 million deal to stay with the Yankees on Dec. 7.
Pending a physical, the contract would be the largest ever awarded to a free agent.
Pending a physical, the contract would be the largest ever awarded to a free agent.
Judge was reportedly deciding between three teams, the Yankees, Giants and Padres.
Team owner Hal Steinbrenner said he met with Judge in Florida to discuss a contract because he wants the slugger to remain "a Yankee for life." .
Team owner Hal Steinbrenner said he met with Judge in Florida to discuss a contract because he wants the slugger to remain "a Yankee for life." .
General Manager Brian Cashman
echoed that sentiment.
We'd love to
have our
player back. , Brian Cashman,
Yankees General Manager,
via statement.
We would love to continue to call him our player every step of the way as he follows what looks like -- as long as nothing happens -- a career path that will lead him to Cooperstown, Brian Cashman, Yankees General Manager, via statement.
I would like him to be in pinstripes every step of the way, Brian Cashman, Yankees General Manager, via statement.
ESPN reports Judge was drafted in 2013 by the Yankees with the 32nd overall pick. .
He was 2017's AL Rookie of the Year
after hitting 52 home runs.
He was 2017's AL Rookie of the Year
after hitting 52 home runs.
Within seven MLB seasons, Judge, a four-time All-Star, has secured 220 home runs and 497 RBIs.
Within seven MLB seasons, Judge, a four-time All-Star, has secured 220 home runs and 497 RBIs
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