The operations manager of the New York YankeesBrian Cashman, confirmed this Friday that his management has already made a new offer to Aaron Judge very different and more attractive than the one made by the team in the preseason of the MLB in 2022.
It should be remembered that the outfielder rejected an offer of 213 million dollars for 7 years. His 2022 salary, the last season he was arbitration-eligible, was $19 million.
According to the manager of the Yankees, Hal Steinbrenner, owner of the franchise, met this week with Judge and the conversation had important advances for an upcoming agreement.
“It’s happening in real time, so we’re on time,” Cashman told MLB.com of the team’s efforts to re-sign Judge. “Certainly, we don’t want to ruin [el momento]. We have made another offer since the preseason”.
The outfielder has just been named MVP of the American League, after hitting 62 homers, driving in 131 runs and batting .311 in the season that just ended.
There are other teams that have shown interest in the outfielder, such as the Dodgers or the Giants, but his link with the New York franchise could make him return to the club.