Pinstripes roundup: Did the Yankees offer $337 million to Aaron Judge?

Aaron Judge of the Yankees is set to get many big offers this offseason.

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According to Hector Gomez and Ramon D. Carmona, a recent rumor claims that the New York Yankees offered superstar Aaron Judge a contract worth $337 million dollars.

When it comes to acquiring Aaron Judge, the Yankees will need to move quickly. The slugger has been linked to multiple teams, including the New York Mets and the San Francisco Giants, among others. In addition, the Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly trimming their payroll in order to make room for Judge in their rotation.

The reality of Aaron Judge’s impending free agency was previously acknowledged by Brian Cashman.

“It’s in real time, so we’re on the clock,” he said, “We’re certainly not going to mess around. We’ve made another offer since Spring Training.

Lou Trivino is back

On Friday night, the Yankees announced to have retained him for a $4.1 million one-year deal. With this agreement, the franchise prevented reliever Lou Trivino from going for arbitration. The right-handed reliever was a consolation prize in the trade for Frankie Montas.

However, he ended up being one of the team’s most reliable relievers in the last few weeks of the season, when injuries wiped out the New York Yankees’ bullpen. Trivino had a 6.47 ERA in 32 innings with the A’s. In 21.2 innings with the Yankees, he had a 1.66 ERA. Trivino has pitched 284.2 innings and has a career earned run average of 3.86. The 31-year-old player is under contract until 2025.

Jose Trevino goes to school

Catcher Jose Trevino recently went to his son’s school on the eve of a career day, when parents used to talk about their jobs in the school before other kids. The Yankees catcher appeared in his full team uniform and catcher’s gear. Trevino went to career day just a few days after being named the Platinum Glove winner in the American League in his first season with the Yankees.

Trevino, similar to any other parent, went to the career day at his son’s school to talk about what he does for a living with the students. Trevino did not leave much to the imagination because he was dressed in his full Yankees uniform, including his eye black.

The Dodgers are running for Aaron Judge

As a result of the decision made by the Los Angeles Dodgers to not tender a contract to Cody Bellinger, rumors are currently circulating that the team will attempt to sign the most notable free agent to fill the void left in their outfield.

The New York Post’s Jon Heyman said that the Dodgers “will make a run” at Aaron Judge this winter.

In the last couple of years, the Dodgers have given out huge contracts. They traded for Mookie Betts in February 2020 and re-signed him in July of that year to a 13-year deal worth $365 million. They also signed Freddie Freeman to a six-year deal worth $162 million when he was a free agent last winter.

Is Torres heading to Seattle?

The New York Post’s Joel Sherman says that the Mariners are interested in Gleyber Torres, who plays second base for the New York Yankees.

It’s no secret that the Yankees have been willing to at least listen to offers for Torres. Sherman had earlier in August claimed that they had an unsuccessful trade offer from the Miami Marlins. However, the Yankees rejected the offer that required them to send Torres and Oswald Peraza to Miami for an infielder and a pitcher. Sherman said that if the Mariners want to trade for Torres, they have some relievers that the Yankees might be interested in.

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