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Yankees Sign Aaron Judge to Nine-Year, $360 Million Deal

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Aaron Judge is staying with the New York Yankees.

The 30-year old MVP slugger, and American League home run record holder, has agreed to terms on a nine-year, $360 million contract that will likely keep Judge in pinstripes for the remainder of his career, according to ESPN.

Judge earned his first MVP award while hitting .311/.425/.686 with an AL-leading 131 RBIs, and had been heavily rumored to be potentially land with the San Francisco Giants, his hometown team.

MLB Network first reported that Judge would re-sign with the Yankees, while The Athletic first reported the terms of the new agreement.

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