Calculating Aaron Judge’s Mega Free Agent Contract Value

Give it to Aaron Judge: the man bet on himself and will reap the rewards this off-season when he becomes a free agent.

How much he will get is part analysis and part bidding war. Judge is likely to win the American League MVP

He’s set to pass Roger Maris’ single-season home run total of 61, maybe before the week is up.

He has already tied Babe Ruth and is currently one of just six players that have hit the lofty 60 home run milestone.

The last guys to do it? Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa in the PED-infused 2001 season.

 He is a staggering 20 home runs ahead of second-place Kyle Schwarber.

On top of the staggering home run numbers, he is the American League triple crown leader (.316/60/128) and is 14 points off his batting

his batting average from being the league triple crown leader (Freddie Freeman leads the league with a .330 average).