Aaron Judge left New York and landed in San Francisco — in full swing


By Guillermo Sanchez

Nevertheless, Judge left New York City and landed in San Francisco on Monday night, according to MLB Network’s John Morosi: Breaking news on @MLBNetwork , via video from San Francisco: Aaron Judge is in town and expected to meet the #SFGiants this week. Join us tomorrow at 9am ET on #MLBNHotStove. @MLB”

Breaking news @MLBNetwork, via video from San Francisco: Aaron Judge is in town and expected to meet the #SFGiants this week. Join us tomorrow at 9am ET on #MLBNHotStove. @MLB https://t.co/pq0at6kgQ6

“The Judge” clarified the news and indicated that he will visit friends and family on this trip, let’s remember that the star of Los Yankees is especially from the village of Lincoln, a small place in San Joaquin County, California. A location just a few hours from the big city of San Francisco…

However, in Morosi’s own words, there is more to giving thanks than sharing. And I quote: “He is expected to visit San Francisco this week.”

It’s an open secret that the Giants are the Yankees’ biggest rival for the services of the American League’s reigning MVP, who owns the league and New York record for home runs in a season. It is clear that they will pay whatever it takes to retain Shortstop’s services.

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Don’t worry followers about this trip: sooner or later this meeting was going to happen. Taking advantage of these dates, perhaps he will take a walk through Los Angeles with the intent of recruiting the player.

The Yankees have shown their intentions to keep him, and a few days ago it was known that they made another offer, which was rejected like the first one.

Personally, we think the “Aaron Judge” theme will be defined very soon.

For now we must follow his footsteps very closely.

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