The Yankees need to avoid arbitration with Aaron Judge

TORONTO — The Yankees head into the Tampa Bay region this week with maybe their greatest test in front of them.

Of course, they are coming in with the best record in baseball and an immense lead in the American League East.

Furthermore, simply last week they cleared the Rays back in the Bronx.

However, this week could characterize this season, yet the establishment's one decade from now.

With the Yankees seeming to be a World Series competitor, they shouldn't allow any more bad sentiments to go into their relationship with Judge.

The sides talked the entire spring, yet under two hours before the beginning of the Yankees' 2022 season

GM Brian Cashman declared that the group had neglected to agree with the substance of the establishment.

Judge turned down an arrangement that would have paid him something like $230.5 million over the course of the following eight years

which places him in line to turn into a free specialist toward the finish of this season.

The 30-year-old Judge was falling off quite possibly of his most complete year in the major associations.