The hard-earned, $360 million albatross that Aaron Judge

The hard-earned, $360 million albatross that Aaron Judge

The hard-earned, $360 million albatross that Aaron Judge saved lives Yankees agreement demonstrates that the price of success hasn’t altered.

NEW YORK — The $300 million contract club’s baseball players share one obvious trait, but they also had another previous to this week’s MLB Winter Meetings: they all signed contracts while still in their 20s.

The 10 MLB players with $300 million contracts all played at least two seasons of those contracts while still in their 20s. But according to reports, Aaron Judge has a nine-year, $360 million contract with the New York Yankees, and he’s about to Kool-Aid Man his way right through that ostensible barrier.

The hard-earned, $360 million albatross that Aaron Judge

All of the $300 million baseball contracts in history have been signed recently and are still in effect, with Giancarlo Stanton’s extension being the first.