Aaron Judge offered $360 million from Giants

The Giants aren’t messing around as they attempt to pry Aaron Judge away from the Yankees.

According to The Post’s Jon Heyman, San Francisco has offered Judge in the neighborhood of $360 million to go back home to the Bay Area.

Heyman adds that the belief among rivals is that the Yankees remain favorites, and the Yankees are hopeful of retaining Judge.

Heyman previously reported the Yankees were believed to have an offer in the $300 million range for Judge.

On Tuesday morning, Time magazine published a story about Judge being the outlet’s “athlete of the year” in which Judge expressed 

displeasure with the Yankees revealing the outfielder turned down a seven-year, $213.5 million extension before his record-breaking season.

Aaron Judge “We kind of said, ‘Hey, let’s keep this between us. I was a little upset that the numbers came out.

 I understand it’s a negotiation tactic. Put pressure on me. Turn the fans against me, turn the media on me. That part of it I didn’t like.”

Judge also revealed to the magazine that his wife, Samantha Bracksieck, recently reminded him of something he said in 2010 when he was in high school.

Aaron Judge “I said, in 10 years, I’ll be married to Sam and playing for the San Francisco Giants.” Judge said. “I was like, that’d better not get out.”

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