San According to NBC Sports Bay Area’s Alex Pavlovic, the Francisco Giants enlisted the services of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry as part of their pursuit of Aaron Judge.
“As part of their field, the Giants keep Judge in touch with Stephen Curry’s camp and hope the two superstars Superstars were able to connect as Judge weighed his decision, sources told NBC Sports Bay Area,” Pavlovich said.
Judge reportedly spoke with Giants officials in San Francisco for two days.
According to MLB Network’s Jon Morosi, the Giants could offer an official contract as early as this week Quote:
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Judge is by far the best free agent on the market and he’s coming off a monster 2022 season with 62 home runs American League record.
The four-time All-Star has relatively few suitors due to the demands he might make, but that doesn’t limit the his influence. Along with the Giants, the Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to play, and a reunion with the New York Yankees is a possibility.
Curry’s involvement won’t have a decisive impact on Judge’s decision, but a team trying to sign the American League MVP The team may use up all the arrows in the quiver.
When the Boston Celtics went after Kevin Durant in 2016, they included Tom Brady in that In the group that met Durant during the offseason.
Judge is from Lyndon, California, and attended Fresno State University, so the 30-year-old judge has a lot of experience in and around Northern California. The area is very familiar.
When you’re a sports superstar in the Bay Area, Curry is the definitive voice for life. He could give Judge an idea of what to expect back home on the West Coast.