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Judge is in no hurry and his future would define him in arbitration

Yankees want to prevent their star from leaving them in 2023 and hope to reach a new agreement

Like a classic novel that has a beginning and an end, the story of Aaron Judge with the New York Yankees could have its outcome in the next few hours when both parties appear in a court in that city to determine the request for a salary payment of 21 million dollars for this campaign, since it would be the last with the "Bronx bombers" since in 2023 he could try the free agency route.

However, within the ranks of the Big Apple team they will try by all possible means that the "Judge" thoroughly study the proposal that they will put on the table and thus continue to be linked to the most winning organization in the history of the MLB. with 27 World Series.

In statements taken by the New York Post newspaper, Judge stated that he is not at all concerned about any external interference that affects the good moment that the squad is experiencing in this harvest and that they also have the best record in the Big Top.

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“Everything is business. For me, it's simple. I love this team, I love this organization, but this is the business side. I don't like it sometimes. I don't think many people like it. I don't think the team likes it. You have to go through it, deal with it and move on,” he said before Tuesday night's game at Tropicana Field against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Judge turned down a $2022 million, six-year extension offer before Opening Day 213.5. The arbitration hearing will be this Friday and the player will follow it virtually, since he has a match against Houston.

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