This Tuesday, on the first of the series on the Target Field at Minnesota, Aaron Judge made a home run as the second one in the batting order of Yankees. He could connect some hits, including his home run number 22, leader on the MLB. He also made three races on the victory of New York (10-4) against Twins.
Meanwhile the regular season is continuing, Judge rejected one contract expansion of seven years and 213 millions. It seemed to him that this was small amount of money for everything that he have done for the Major Leagues. This Wednesday (8 of june), the columnist of The New York Post and MLB Newtwork, Jon Heyman, revealed how could be the type of contract of Yankees is offering to Judge to stay at Bronx.
According to Heyman, the office of the New Yorker team would do an offer to the Judge and the agents of the player to get a salary of 36 million dollars annually, for a period of seven seasons.
This offer might not be to the player´s liking of 30 years old, some source said that this rejection it was because he wanted a deal for nine years instead of seven. We will see if team and player reach an agreement for the player to stay on the big apple.