Two-Word Response From Yankees General Manager on Aaron Judge and Contract Issue
After his record-breaking 2022 season, the New York Yankees must be willing to pay Aaron Judge, right?
Brian Cashman, general manager of the Yankees, was questioned on Tuesday on whether he has spoken with the
Aaron Judge camp about a potential contract extension.No comment," said Cashman.
Starting the 2022 campaign, Judge declined Cashman and the Yankees' seven-year, $213.5 million contract offer. Later, the talented outfielder won the AL MVP title thanks to
an AL-record 62 home runs.Judge is currently an unrestricted free agent after rejecting this initial contract proposal.
Regardless of whether he plays for the Yankees or another MLB team, the 30-year-old outfielder will undoubtedly earn a sizable salary.
According to MLB Network source Jon Heyman, Judge will sign a nine-year deal costing approximately $330 million.