Yankees, Aaron Judge Settle on $19M Contract before Friday’s Scheduled Arbitration Hearing

Before actually engaging in an arbitration hearing, which was scheduled to begin at noon on Friday, Aaron Judge and the Yankees settled on a contract agreement. Judge will make $19 million this season, with an additional $250,000 if he wins American League MVP, and another $250,000 bonus if he brings home the 2022 World Series MVP. He said on Friday night that had he actually had to go to arbitration court, he probably would have missed Friday night’s game, something that “didn’t sit too well” with him…

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