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Dodgers Have Reportedly Offered Contract to Aaron Judge

The Dodgers have reportedly offered a contract to the biggest free agent on the market. Here is what Héctor Gómez said in a tweet about the Dodgers & interest in Aaron Judge.

According to @carmonaTV, the #Dodgers offered a US $214 million contract to Aaron Judge, which was rejected by the player. Judge is meeting with the San Francisco Giants. The Yankees are still waiting for him.

Last week, New York Post’s Jon Heyman identified the deep-pocketed Los Angeles Dodgers as a potential suitor for Judge, arguably the most coveted player in Major League Baseball free agency this winter.

“Word going around now is Dodgers will make a run at Aaron Judge,” Heyman tweeted. “Logical with $100M now off the books with (Cody) Bellinger, (Craig) Kimbrel, (Tyler) Anderson, (Andrew) Heaney, (David) Price and 2 Turners (Trea, Justin) off the roster. Needs include SS, 3B, SPs, RP and now OF.”

It is going to be a battle for Aaron Judge's services this offseason and will likely be a three team race between the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees.

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