Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees have officially reached an agreement on their arbitration hearings, settling at $19 million. This comes after several meetings and negotiations between both parties. It’s big news that the Yankees and Judge have reached a deal.
Sources confirm that Judge agrees to a deal with the Yankees at the midway point of $19 million. He will receive an additional $250,000 if he is the AL MVP and $250,000 if he is the World Series MVP. On that: @JonHeyman, @feinsand.” -Ken Rosenthal
Judge is off to the best start of his career, hitting a major league-leading 27 home runs. Now, with the arbitration hearing settled, Judge and the Yankees can focus on bigger issues, like winning a World Series.
Aaron Judge had a record start
Judge is off to an incredible start, the 30-year-old is currently hitting .304 with 27 home runs and 53 RBIs. Last night, he stopped things for the Yankees with an RBI single to defeat the Houston Astros.
“AARON JUDGE TAKES IT OFF” – Talkin’ Yanks
This was the Yankees’ ninth victory of the season as they improved their record to 52-18, the best in baseball. The team has won 15 straight home games.
The Yankees and Astros continue their pivotal series tonight at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees will look to extend their winning streak to 16 tonight. The first launch is scheduled for 7:05 pm EDT.
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Edited by Jodi Whisenhunt