Why Aaron Judge Is Worth $360 Million

Not only did Aaron Judge break the AL Home Run record, he plays Gold Glove caliber defense, is one of the most marketable players in baseball, and is one of the few that isn't phased by playing in New York. $360 Million really doesn't seem that out of hand considering the year he just had and what could happen on the open market, all it takes is one desperate team. Based on the recent interview with TIME Magazine and some of the rumors within the baseball industry, I could have sworn he was ready to sign with the Giants in San Francisco, the team he grew up rooting for. As a Yankee fan, it's safe to say I'm elated.

Kravitz and I discuss Judge-related topics in the podcast clip below.

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