Aaron Judge is a Major League Baseball player who currently plays for the New York Yankees. He was selected in the MLB draft in 2013, but he didn’t make it to the big leagues until 2016, after spending many years in the minors.
In his first season, he made a big impression, receiving Rookie of the Year accolades and finishing second in voting for American League Most Valuable Player.
He is currently a three-time All-Star and a two-time Silver Slugger Award winner, and he is vying for his first World Series title. Judge won his fourth AL Player of the Week award in his career during the week of May 10–17, most recently in September 2017.
He was the Yankees’ second award this season, following teammate Corey Kluber, who was named Player of the Month in April. Over six games, Judge had a slash line of.571/.640/1.333 with eight runs scored, 12 hits, a double, five home runs, six RBIs, and three walks (five multi-hit games and his 13th career multi-homer game). He also blasted his 130th career home run, tying Ryan Howard for second-most in MLB history through 460 games.
Aaron Judge Contract & Salary 2022
Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees rejected a contract deal for $230.5 million over the next eight years, two hours before the team’s season opening in 2022. The offer from New York was $17 million for the 2022 season, plus $30.5 million every season for the next seven years, so as it stands, Aaron currently earns $17 million per year.