Punching outfielder Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees prevented arbitration when they agreed Friday to an one-year agreement worth $10,175,000, according to numerous reports.Judge had his third straight injury-interrupted season because winning the 2017 American League Rookie of the Year award, hitting.257 with 9 homers and 22 RBIs in 101 at-bats and 28 video games. After homering in his first five video games, he strained his right calf and played just as soon as between Aug. 11 and Sept. 16. The two-time All-Star was restricted to 112 video games in 2018 by a broken bone in his ideal wrist when hit by a pitch from Kansas Citys Jakob Junis and to 102 video games in 2019 by a strained oblique muscle.He made $3,148,148 in prorated pay in 2015 from an $8.5 million wage. Judge is qualified for complimentary firm after the 2022 season.The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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