Nov. 23, 14:49
Judge faced the Giants on November 22 in San Francisco, during the day “several meetings that went down to the possession level,” according to MLB Network’s Jon Morosi.
Morosi said he believes a formal offer from the Giants can be made within a week, and that the referee can choose which team he signs with over the next two weeks – before the end of the winter meetings, which run from December 4. up to 7.
SNY’s Andy Martino reported earlier this week that it doesn’t feel like an off-season where the biggest stars will be waiting a long time to sign.
Nov. 21, 21:07
Judge arrived in San Francisco and is expected to face the Giants sometime this week, according to John Morosi of MLB Network.
The Giants are widely considered one of the Yankees’ top contenders for the 2022 AL MVP this offseason. Judge, of course, was born in Sacramento, California and grew up as a Giants fan.
The Dodgers are expected to make a determined attempt to get Judge in the offseason.
Nov. 19, 15:40
Aaron Judge took to Instagram on Saturday afternoon to reflect on his first MVP award and posted a video highlighting his record breaking season. The batter thanked everyone from his family and friends to Yankees and New York City fans.
“What a crazy week this has been! This is a wonderful honor that would not have been possible without my family and friends who have pushed me day in and day out,” the judge said. wrote in the credits. “God has blessed me with so many amazing teammates and opportunities that I will never take for granted!
“Thank you to the fans and the city of New York – it was an honor to receive this Pinstripe award.”
Nov. 18, 20:00
With the non-bidding Dodgers, former NL MVP, Cody Bellinger Friday looks like LA is ready to try and land Aaron Judge it’s off season.
According to multiple reports, the Dodgers could run for refereeship with about $100 million off the payroll. Besides Bellinger, Craig Kimbrel, Tyler Anderson, Andrew Heaney, David Price, Justin Turneras well as Three Turner now off the list.
The referee could have provided the outfield depth that the team lacked after the no-tender for Bellinger.
While it’s not out of the question that the Dodgers will try to re-sign Bellinger, who would have been owed $18-19 million in arbitration in 2023, Los Angeles will look to win him back for less, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.
The judge confirmed shortly after winning the AL 2022 MVP that he had already spoken to teams this offseason and the Yankees general manager. Brian Cashman also confirmed that the team made an offer to the batter.
Being from California, the Dodgers could be close enough to home for Judge to sign. But the San Francisco Giants are widely regarded as the Yankees’ top contender this offseason for this offseason’s batters.
Nov. 17, 23:25
Aaron Judge confirmed on Thursday that he has been talking to other teams since becoming a free agent.
“There are teams that we have spoken to,” Judge said. Brian Hoch of MLB.com. “For me, if we’re going to build a winning team, if I can get [contract] aside so they can move on and add a few more elements to build teams, I think that’s always an advantage wherever I go.”
Earlier in the day, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman also confirmed that the team had officially made an offer to referee this offseason. But now it’s a waiting game for the Yankees as they expect Judge and his camp to talk to 29 other MLB teams.
Nov. 11, 18:50
Yankee owner Hal Steinbrenner sat down with Meredith Marakowitz of YES Network and talked about Aaron Judgefree agency.
Steinbrenner revealed that he had more than one conversation with Judge since the end of the 2022 season and called them positive. When asked how confident he was that Judge would return to the pinstripe, Steinbrenner answered modestly.
“I made it clear to him that this is our desire,” Steinbrenner said. “He means a lot to this organization and I made it clear to him that we will do everything we can to make that happen.”
Nov. 9, 19:05
This was announced by Yankees general manager Brian Cashman. Joel Sherman of the New York Post that he was in contact with Aaron Judgerepresentatives during GM meetings. Although he did not say if the team had made a formal contract offer, he said the batters camp made no promises that the Yankees would get a last chance to match or beat the best offer they would receive in the offseason.
Cashman confirmed that the team will provide the referee with a qualifying offer by Thursday’s deadline, according to Sherman.
Nov. 9:35 p.m.
Many front office executives have gathered in Las Vegas for this week’s GM meetings, and San Francisco Giants President Farhan Zaidi has assured fans they are ready to make it through this offseason.
According to John Morosi of MLB NetworkZaidi declined to comment. Aaron Judge in particular, but said no free agent would be “unable” financially this offseason.
Bay Area Judge and MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand reported in October that the Giants were seen as the “most likely threat” to the Yankees in the batsman battle.
Joel Sherman of the New York Post confirmed that the Yankees GM Brian Cashman will pass the qualifying offer to the judge, but the team has until Thursday for this.
Nov. 8:45 p.m.
Yankee GM Brian Cashman spoke to the media Tuesday at GM meetings in Las Vegas and was asked if he had spoken to Aaron JudgeCamp about the new contract.
Cashman had no comment but said they “started” the process.
“Optimally, if we could wave a magic wand, we would secure Aaron Judge and keep him signed and happy as soon as possible,” Cashman said. “He’s a free agent, he’s earned the right to be a free agent, so he’s going to dictate the dance steps.”
When asked how high a priority it was for the team to re-sign a referee in the offseason, Cashman remained humble, saying that they are going to begin the process of approaching teams about possible trades as well as agents about free agents, which will determine how The Yankees are reacting in the market, including “keeping our superstar”.
Cashman said he didn’t expect to see Judge’s agent. Paige Odleat GM meetings in Las Vegas because he wasn’t told if Odle would be there.
The Yankees have the exclusive right to negotiate with Judge until Thursday night to work out a new contract. If not, the referee is free to communicate with other teams.
October 25, 11:57
The Los Angeles Dodgers “could be serious players” for Judge. Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reportswho says signing the Dodgers Referee could see the outfielder Mookie Betts move to second base.
According to Feinsand, the San Francisco Giants were seen as “the most likely threat” to the Yankees in the battle for Judge, a California native.
The Dodgers could get a significant amount of payroll money this offseason, which could likely put them in a strong position to promote Judge.
One unfinished Dodgers free agent who could play elsewhere in 2023 is an infielder. Three Turner, who reportedly prefers to return to the East Coast. Turner earned $21 million this season.
Craig Kimbrelearning $ 16 million this season, also can become a free agent.
October 24, 2:33
After the Yankees lost to the Houston Astros in the ALCS, Judge was asked if he wanted to remain a Yankee.
“I’ve been clear about it ever since I first wore the strip,” Judge told reporters. “But we weren’t able to do anything before spring training and now I’m a free agent and we’ll see what happens.”
The judge added:
“Getting the chance to wear pinstripes and play on the right field at Yankee Stadium is an incredible honor. I never took it for granted at any point. I always checked myself before the game, said a little prayer and sort of looked around the stadium and pinched myself. .
“There are very few people who have the chance to run out on this field, do it and play in front of the fans who supported us all my six years. them.”