The clock is ticking.
Only 13 days until the host is a guest.
What is more, a general manager will have to sign the right fielder to a.
On Thursday, a "major multiyear Yankees offer (is) is on the way (if not today, then very soon)."
According to reports, "Brian Cashman and his staff are preparing a long-term presentation to be delivered to the Judge camp in the next week."
A judge, who has been eligible for arbitration this year, is expected to become a free agent following the 2022 MLB season. Last week, the Yankees front office said that time is running out for the two sides to reach a new deal. He will play the season on another one-year deal and file for free agency after the World Series.
I think we will not be talking about this until April 7, he said. Well be focused on winning ballgames for the Yankees and whatever I can do. The last thing I want to do is be in the middle of May and after a great series now, people are talking, 'Oh, are you going to sign an extension,' or after an 0-for-4, 'You should have signed that extension!'
We'll be able to do everything right now while we're still out on track and anticipating the season, said the CEO. However, once the 7th of April, the Bronx's house, it will be a time to focus on winning ballgames. And that's it.
Make no mistake: The Judge wants to stay with the Yankees.
It's been an honor and blessing to be here, because to get a chance to play in this franchise, and to be surrounded by so many great players that have played this game. If that happens, it happens. I'll enjoy my memories here... my friends, everyone.
Cashman wishes that the Judge continue to call Yankee Stadium home.
"We are the only team that can talk to him now, and at some point these conversations will happen, and we'll try to keep it as private as we can. But we'd want to have him back if we can. Like anything else, we would like him to be able to complete something. That's why we believe that being able to do it is a huge bonus. But we can see him as a Yankee every year. "We're happy, however
Randy Miller of Nettlewood Communications has contributed to this report.
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