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    All Rise! Aaron Judge signs mega-deal after betting on himself

    Prior to the start of the 2022 Major League Baseball season, Aaron Judge turned down a huge offer from the New York Yankees because he wanted to bet on himself. Well, that bet has paid off in a HUGE way as Judge, who blasted a whopping 62 home runs this past season, has signed a mega-deal that will pay him $40 million per season. In his new contract, he will be making $146.5 million more than if he would have taken the Yankees' initial offer.

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    Where will Aaron Judge play in 2023 and beyond?

    According to a report from Buster Olney, sources of his have confirmed that Judge is signing a 9-year, $360 million deal to remain with the New York Yankees.

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    According to Jon Morosi, Judge turned down higher offers elsewhere because he wanted to continue playing for the Yankees.

    Nation, do you think Judge made the right decision?


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