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The Yankees are now in a bidding war:

November 23, 2022 05:47PM
While the Bombers are still keen on acquiring him, Judge flew to San Francisco to meet with the Giants on Tuesday, a team that is significantly interested and has the flexibility to offer him a substantial contract.


“From a financial standpoint, there’s nobody that would be out of our capability to kind of meet what we expect the contract demands will be,” Zaidi said. “It’ll just be a question of whether there’s mutual interest and how we put together the best possible team.”

San Francisco doesn’t traditionally offer $320 million deals, but for a player like Judge, a perennial home run hitter with generational power, sometimes you have to break the bank. The Los Angeles Dodgers are also targeting Aaron, so the Yankees have a fair amount of competition to fend off if they want to retain the league’s best player.

Coming off a season where Judge hit .311 with a 42.5% on-base rate, including 62 homers and 131 RBIs, anything less than $40 million will be shrugged off by his team.

[empiresportsmedia.com]
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