MLB insider gives odds on Yankees re-signing Aaron Judge: Mets in the mix?

Aaron Judge is talking the talk and walking the walk with a walk season for the ages, leading the majors with 60 home runs and 128 RBI while challenging for the Triple Crown.


The New York Yankees outfielder rejected a seven-year, $213.5 million contract before Opening Day and will become a free agent after the season.

The 30-year-old bet on himself and is set to cash in big-time. But who are the leading contenders for the MVP candidate?

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The New York Post’s Jon Heyman odds on the teams expected to be in the mix for Judge.

New York Yankees: Odds to stay – 1-5 (83% chance).

San Francisco Giants- Odds to go: 20-1 (5%).

Los Angeles Dodgers – Odds to go: 30-1 (3%).

New York Mets – Odds to go: 35-1 (<3%).

Boston Red Sox – Odds to go: 50-1 (2%).

Texas Rangers – Odds to go: 75-1 (<2%).

Chicago Cubs – Odds to go: 150-1 (<1%).

Field – Odds to go: 100-1 (1%).


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