Aaron Judge’s Contract Value

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Give it to Aaron Judge; he staked his future on himself and will profit when he becomes a free agency this offseason. The amount he will receive depends on both analysis and a bidding battle.

The MVP of the American League will probably go to Judge. He will likely surpass Roger Maris' record of 61 home runs in a season before the week is up.

One of only six players to reach the impressive 60 home run mark, he has now tied Babe Ruth.

Sammy Sosa and Barry Bonds during the PED-addled 2001 season. He has a startling 20 home runs advantage over Kyle Schwarber, who is in second place.

He leads the American League in the triple crown (.316/60/128) and is 14 points behind the league lead in batting average, in addition to his astonishing home run totals.

He leads the league in SLG (.703), OPS (1.123), OPS+ (214), OBP (.419), total bases (372), runs (123), XBH (87), and the crucial WAR in addition to winning the triple crown (9.7).

As previously mentioned, Judge placed a wager on himself by declining a seven-year, $213.5 million extension the Yankees offered to him during Spring Training this year.

Give it to Aaron Judge; he staked his future on himself and will profit when he becomes a free agency this offseason. The amount he will receive depends on both analysis and a bidding battle.

He countered with an offer for nine or ten years at $36 million AAV for up to $360 million, according to Jon Heyman of the NY Post.

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