Aaron Judge is in demand: Will he move from the east coast to west coast?

Aaron Judge is on track for a historic MLB season. With 57 home runs, he is four away from breaking the record for most solo shots in American League history.

In addition, he leads the MVP race and is also in contention to win the Triple Crown for batting which takes into account the average, number of home runs and runs batted in.

His epic season has seen Judge’s value increase significantly and now he has a contract worthy of a future MVP in mind.

He already turned down a seven-season, 213.5 million dollar offer from the New York Yankees in March.

Aaron Judge is heading for free agency

If he fails to reach a deal with the Yankees, Judge will be a free agent. A player of his calibre should have no problem finding a team.

Although no official word has been released from any other organisation, the San Francisco Giants are understood to be preparing big changes for next season.

Farhan Zaidi, the Bay Area team’s general manager, hinted at the team’s plans for the future and says they are thinking big.

“I feel like this offseason is going to be big for us,” Zaidi explained.

Financially, he also explained that money will not be a problem for the team.

“We have the payroll to sign big contracts because we are a big market team and we have several contracts that are up this year,” he continued.

What is clear is that, wherever he plays in 2023, Judge‘s team will never be short of home runs.