InUncertain offseason, but one thing is certain Thursday: Aaron JudgeWants to be a part New York YankeesFor the rest of his professional career.
JudgeNamed anonymously as American League Silver Slugger after hitting 39 home runs during the 2021 season, said in a Q&A with Fanatics he would want to be with the organization for the “next 10 years” but made a point to say he can’t predict the future.
“ThatIt would be a goal of mine to complete my career as an engineer. YankeeYou never know what the cards will hold. If it was up to me, I’d’ be a YankeeHe said, “For the next 10 years, for certain.”
Judge29-year-old Connor has one more year before he can become an unrestricted agent free of charge. The New York PostIt was noted that Yankees do not usually sign anyone to a contract extension before they’re eligible for free agency, but general manager Brian CashmanThe outfielder is a special case, as has been made clear by the league.
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When Judge is healthy, he’s just about as dangerous at the plate as any of the best sluggers ever. HisIn 2021, 39 home runs were made in 148 games. They were the most since he hit 52 and won the World Series. American League RookieYou can find the Year2017
The 148 games played in 2021 were the most he’s played since the 2017 season.
New YorkThis offseason, you will need to make some important decisions. TheTeam has been linked to free agent shortstops Corey SeagerAnd Carlos Correa. TheTeam reportedly also interested in trading Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds.
WhileIt’s still early but it seems the YankeesYou are ready to spend a lot of money.
Source: Fox News