By Gian Franco Gil / @ Gian_Gil98
Between uncertainty and certainty. This is how the near future of Aaron Judge, slugger for the New York Yankees, passes. The “Judge” will arrive at Free Agency in 2023, but the same player expressed his desire to continue in the Bronx until the end of his career.
The pairing between Judge and the Bombers gives even the most skeptical food to think about, as the 30-year-old gardener professes great love and dedication to the striped shirt. About the topic, the MLB web portal in Spanish highlighted the words of the general manager of the franchise, Brian Cashman.
“He is a special player, so it will definitely be a special case (…) but I cannot predict what will happen, but I know we are happy with him now, there is no doubt about that,” said Cashman referring to Aaron’s future with New York.
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Likewise, the number 99, recognized this season with the Silver Bat, the second of his career, indicated in statements reproduced by the aforementioned media that this is his wish, to continue in the Bronx, “to finish my career as a Yankee (…) if it were up to me, I would be with them for the next ten years, ”Judge said.
“There is no other place where I ever want to play. Just because of how they have accepted me and treated me so well (…) it is incredible to have the opportunity to play at Yankee Stadium. Tickets are sold out basically on a daily basis. It’s a dream come true, ”added the slugger.
In any case, there is still time to finalize his contract with the Yankee organization, with which he has obtained almost all the individual awards as a player, but the World Series title has eluded one of the best players in the Major League. Suspenders.