Several people played an important role in Aaron Judge’s decision to re-sign with the New York Yankees for nine seasons of MLBbut as revealed by the current MVP of the American League, the legend Derek Jeter was one of those who had the most weight in his process.
“I talked to him throughout free agency, sought his advice, about how things went for him facing the negotiations, and he invited me over for breakfast to talk. However, after I signed my deal, he was the one who told me He said I would have to take him out for breakfast, lunch and dinner,” Judge said with a laugh during his interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
On August 6, Chris Sale suffered an accident driving a bicycle that caused him a fracture in his right wrist and left behind his chances of returning with the Boston Red Sox during the 2022 season. For the first time, the left-handed starter provided details about what happened.
“It was a beautiful day, I remember it well. I went to Boston College and played catch as part of my recovery from my little finger. Everything was going well that day, I was on my way to a friend to play video games and although I don’t remember Very good crash, I didn’t even go through the handlebars, I just went straight to the ground. The next thing was to see how bad my wrist was,” he revealed in words to WEEI.
Much has been speculated about the future of the Los Angeles Angelsafter rumors about his possible sale gained strength during the offseason, but commissioner Rob Manfred celebrated the presence of Arte Moreno as the head of the organization.
“Despite strong interest from potential buyers for the Angels, Arte Moreno’s love for the game is the most important thing to him. I am very pleased that the Moreno family has decided to continue leading the team,” Manfred said in a statement. official statement.
“We are grateful to Galatioto Sports Partners, who expressed strong interest in purchasing the club. However, as the conversations progressed and began to clear up, we realized that our hearts are still in the Angels, and that we are not ready to say goodbye to fans, players and our employees,” Moreno concluded.