Aaron Judge Next Team Odds: All Losers as Star Player Agrees to Stick With Yankees

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Don Shapiro
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Aaron Judge and the Yankees have agreed to a 9-year, $360M deal.  Oddsmakers have also made out like bandits as a result.


Judge, 30, hit free agency after a season in which he hit an American League-record 62 homers to break the mark set by Roger Maris in 1961.

The outfielder had failed to reach a contract extension with the Yankees, thus making his future landing spot among one of the most coveted betting markets over the past couple of months.

"We'd love to have our player back," general manager Brian Cashman said Monday. "We would love to continue to call him our player every step of the way as he follows what looks like -- as long as nothing happens -- a career path that will lead him to Cooperstown. I would like him to be in pinstripes every step of the way."

SportsBetting.ag had set odds for Judge's next team during the summer months with the top 3 being in the National League as recently as October. 

Aaron Judge Next Team Odds

San Francisco Giants               2-1

New York Mets                       3-1

Los Angeles Dodgers               4-1

Houston Astros                       6-1

Texas Rangers                         8-1

Boston Red Sox                       8-1

Toronto Blue Jays                   10-1

Chicago White Sox                  10-1

Philadelphia Phillies                13-1

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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