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  1. 1. Eduardo Razo Friday, November 11, 2022, 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 were linked with New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge a few months ago. Judge is a free agent who 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 will get a lucrative contract and possibly with the Goliaths. ESPN MLB analyst Kiley McDaniel predicted on Wednesday that Judge will get a deal north of $320 million. "[The judge] rejected the expansion of $ 213.5 million before the start of the season and it was worth about $ 250 million at the time, then it became clear later in the day. - song - worth $ 300 million, and those another $320 million from a panel of experts I interviewed in September," McDaniel wrote. Speculating that the referee's contract is worth more than $300 million, the Wildcats are ready to decide if they will spend a lot of money on the American leader and add a star player. is in it. high chair. The Goliaths have a long history of awarding satisfactory contracts in various forms, but they could not award a nine-figure contract with CEO Farhan Zaidi at the helm. READ MORE: Why Carlos Correa, Trea Turner, Freelance Pro Shortstops Are Really Happening Under Zaidi, the Giants spent the right amount on rookie pitcher Carlos Rodón, who was recently fired after signing a two-year, $44 million contract in the spring. field. Either way, the brand will be new territory for Zaidi, so it will be interesting to see if he and the beast spend as much money as other big companies in the future.

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