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  1. 1. Eduardo Razo Friday, November 11, 2022 at 5:58 am In this article: Judge Eron Judge Eron | RF | #99 What ESPN is planning for Judge's big free professional contract appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea The Giants have been linked to New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge for the past few months. Judge is a free agent and will test the market after rejecting a $213.5 million extension from the Yankees before the start of the 2022 MLB season. Now, the 30-year-old is poised to secure a lucrative deal and possibly with the Goliaths. ESPN MLB analyst Kiley McDaniel predicted on Wednesday that Judge will get a deal north of $320 million. "[Judge] rejected the $213.5 million expansion before the start of the season and it was probably worth somewhere close to $250 million at the time, and then it became clear later in the year that it would probably be - cleared $300 million, and up to $320 million from the board of experts I interviewed in September," McDaniel wrote. With speculation putting the umpire's contract at over $300 million, the Wildcats are ready to wrap up whether they'll shell out the big bucks for the one-time home run leader of the American Association and add the marquee player of many. is in it. the length of the sitting area is strong for. The Goliaths have a long history of handing out satisfactory contract extensions in various systems, but they have not been able to deliver a nine-figure contract with the club's captain Farhan Zaidi leading the way. READ MORE: Why Carlos Correa, Trea Turner, Freelance Professional Shortstops Are Really Coming Under Zaidi, the Giants used discretionary money on rookie pitcher Carlos Rodón, who resigned recently after signing a two-year, $44 million contract in the spring. Either way, branding will be new territory for Zaidi, so it will be interesting to see if he and the monster will spend as much money as other top companies going forward.

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