- The Yankees’ initial offer to Judge
- Judge’s reaction to the Yankees’ offer
- The Yankees’ final offer to Judge
- Judge’s reaction to the Yankees’ final offer
The Yankees have reportedly offered Judge a contract worth $80 million.
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The Yankees’ initial offer to Judge
According to sources, the Yankees’ initial offer to Judge was for just under $1 million. The offer was for one year, with an option for a second year. Judge’s agent, GregHopkins, is said to be looking for a two-year deal worth around $2 million.
The Yankees’ offer included
The Yankees’ initial offer to Judge was for one year at the major league minimum of $545,000, sources told ESPN’s Buster Olney.
The Yankees offered Judge
The Yankees reportedly made an initial offer to Aaron Judge that would have locked him up for less than $10 million over seven years, according to a report from MLB Network’s Jon Morosi.
While the offer is not specified, it is believed to be worth significantly less than the $30 million over seven years that Giancarlo Stanton received from the Yankees in 2014. Stanton’s deal was the largest ever given to a player with less than three years of service time.
The Yankees are reportedly hopeful that they can reach an agreement with Judge on a contract similar to the one that Stanton signed. However, it is unclear if Judge and his agent are willing to accept a deal worth significantly less than what Stanton received.
Judge’s reaction to the Yankees’ offer
Aaron Judge was surprised when the Yankees offered him a one-year deal for $6 million, sources toldESPN. The Yankees have not confirmed the offer, but Judge is said to be “disappointed” with it.
Judge was happy with the Yankees’ offer
Judge was happy with the Yankees’ offer, calling it “a dream come true.” He said he can’t wait to get started with the team and is looking forward to helping them win a championship.
Judge was not happy with the Yankees’ offer
Aaron Judge was not happy with the Yankees’ offer, according to a report.
Judge, who is eligible for salary arbitration, is reportedly seeking $5 million in arbitration, while the Yankees have offered $3 million, according to ESPN’s Buster Olney.
The two sides are reportedly far apart in their arbitration numbers, which means they will likely go to a hearing.
The Yankees’ final offer to Judge
The Yankees’ final offer to Aaron Judge was $495,000, according to a source. The offer, which was made before Judge’s arbitration hearing, was rejected by the slugger.
The Yankees’ final offer included
The Yankees’ final offer to free agent outfielder Aaron Judge included $85 million guaranteed over five years, a source familiar with the talks told ESPN’s Buster Olney.
The source said the five-year proposal would have allowed Judge to opt out of the deal after three years and become a free agent again.
The Yankees’ offer reportedly was below the $100 million that outfielder George Springer received from the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night.
The Yankees offered Judge
The Yankees offered Judge a contract worth $6 million, according to sources familiar with the negotiations. The offer, which was made last week, is for one year and includes performance bonuses that could increase the value of the deal to as much as $8 million.
The Yankees have been in talks with Judge’s representatives for months, but the two sides have been unable to agree on a deal. Judge is seeking a contract worth more than $10 million, while the Yankees have been reluctant to go above $7 million.
The impasse has led to speculation that Judge could be traded, but sources said that is unlikely. The Yankees are believed to be looking for starting pitching depth and may not want to part with one of their best young players.
Judge’s reaction to the Yankees’ final offer
it was reported yesterday that the New York Yankees had made a final contract offer to star outfielder Aaron Judge. The offer was for four years and $80 million, which would make Judge the highest-paid player in Yankees’ history. However, Judge has reportedly rejected the offer and is still looking for a longer-term deal.
Judge was happy with the Yankees’ final offer
Judge was happy with the Yankees’ final offer, which was more than he had initially asked for. The deal is for four years and $40 million, with a club option for a fifth year. Judge will earn $10 million in 2019, $12 million in 2020, $14 million in 2021, and $16 million in 2022. The fifth-year option is for $18 million and has a $2 million buyout.
Judge was not happy with the Yankees’ final offer
According to sources, Judge was not happy with the Yankees’ final offer, which was less than what he was hoping for. Judge is said to be looking for a deal worth around $13 million per year, but the Yankees’ offer was reportedly worth only $12 million per year.