Aaron Judge Surpasses Mike Trout: Yankees Re-sign Aaron For $360 Million

By Pragya kumar Bilagar

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According to Aaron Judge, he intended to be a "Yankee for life."

The AL MVP will remain in The Bronx for the foreseeable future and

most likely the remainder of his career after the free agency superstar and

the Yankees reached a nine-year, $360 million agreement on Wednesday,

according to Jon Heyman of The Post. The agreement, which is

subject to a physical, was first reported by The Athletic.

At $40 million annually, it surpasses Mike Trout's $35.5 million annual pay from

the Angels to become the largest contract ever for a position player.

According to MLB.com, Judge, 30, declined more lucrative offers to remain with the Yankees.

Additionally, a complete no-trade clause is included in the agreement.