The Giants aren’t messing around trying to pry Aaron Judge away from the Yankees.
According to Post reporter John HeymanA judge in a San Francisco neighborhood offered $360 million to return home to the Bay Area.
Heyman added that opponents believe the Yankees remain the favorites and that the Yankees are hoping to keep Judge.
Heyman previously reported that the Yankees had a $300 million offer for the umpire.
On Tuesday morning, Time magazine published a story about Umpire’s “athlete of the year” in which Umpire voiced his displeasure over the Yankees’ revelation that he had rejected the outfielder’s seven-year, $213.5 million extension before a record-breaking season.
“We said, ‘Hey, let’s leave it between us,'” Judge told Time. “I’m a little disappointed when the numbers come out. I understand that’s a negotiating tactic. Put the pressure on me. Turn the fans against me, turn the media against me. turn it over. I didn’t like that part of it.”
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The judge also told the magazine that he was reminded of what his wife, Samantha Bracsik, recently said in 2010 when they were in high school.
“I said I’m going to marry Sam in 10 years and play for the San Francisco Giants.” – said the judge. “I better not go out,” I thought.