Now that the Aaron Judge contest is over, it's clear that the current American League MVP won't be leaving.
According to several rumours, Judge has agreed to an agreement to join the New York Yankees again.
The contract, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, is for $360 million over nine years.
Jon Heyman of the New York Post reported on Tuesday night that Judge had decided to sign with
the San Francisco Giants, but Heyman soon issued an apology for "jumping the gun."
It seems as though Judge's choice was between the Yankees and Giants.
Judge is the highest-paid non-pitcher in baseball thanks to his $40 million yearly salary.
Last season, Judge, 30, set an AL record with 62 home runs,
becoming the second player in league history to accomplish this feat.
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