The 2022 American League MVP, Aaron Judge, has been the Crown Jewel of free agency this year after having a record-breaking run in this year\’s league. Judge\’s old team New York Yankees is doing everything in its power to back the prolific slugger. However, Aaron\’s home state team San Francisco Giants is posing a serious threat to the Yankees\’ hopes of re-signing Judge. While the Yankees are in discussion with him, recent reports suggest the Giants have proposed a huge 360 million deal to him.
SF Giants Offer $360 Million Contract To Aaron Judge!
The baseball player Aaron Judge, who completed his deal with the New York Yankees, is the strongest hand in the MLB offseason. He has had offers from many teams ever since. However, it appears that the Giants will ultimately transport him to the San Francisco Bay Area by luring him.
In order to return to the Bay Area, Giants reportedly gave Aaron Judge something in the neighborhood of $360 million. Even though the Yankees are hoping to keep him, their rivals think they still hold the advantage. However, about their prospects of keeping Judge, the Yankees have been upbeat. Although throughout most of the winter sessions on Tuesday, nobody knew what Judge\’s plans were.
Until now, the Yankees\’ most recent offer to Aaron Judge is unclear. But general manager Brian Cashman said on Monday that the organization had made many offers to its star outfielder. The Yankees, on the other hand, were rumored to have received a $300 million, eight-year offer, with the possibility that it may have been extended to nine years.
The alleged offer from the Giants to Aaron Judge is obviously alluring. Even New York Yankees supporters were surprised by how high a rival offer rose. However, San Francisco made a very strong offer. But sources close to the outfielder claim that Judge would prioritize the Yankees. Beyond what he can achieve on the field, Judge\’s signing benefits the San Francisco Giants. He would right away take on the role of their franchise\’s face. There will be a lot of interest in the team because of the kid who returns to play for his hometown.
Los Angeles Dodgers reportedly made a contract offer to him, but Aaron Judge refused it. This indicates that both teams were interested in signing him. It was announced that he had decided to join the Giants late on Tuesday night. According to prior reports, the Yankees\’ initial offer to Judge was reportedly an eight-year, $300 million contract. Although it has been revealed that New York would be prepared to raise the offer, it is unknown how far they have risen.