Yankees’ Aaron Judge Hints At Which Team He Will Play For Next Season

Red Sox fans won’t be thrilled by this news

Aaron Judge, the standout player for the New York Yankees, doesn’t exactly seem to enjoy the attention. That is why it came as such a shock when the all-knowing slugger, with all eyes on him, announced a not-so-subtle stance on where he wanted to play next season.

Prior to the first game of his three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday, the 30-year-old wore a hoodie with the phrase “New York or Nowhere” over his chest.

Judge seems to be a smart man, so it’s practically impossible that this wasn’t a declaration of Judge’s wish to stay with the Yankees or New York Mets.

The thousands of supporters who wear No. 99 to Yankee stadium every night should be relieved by this unexpected and remarkable gesture because the 6-foot-7, 282-pound freak of nature has not been the most adamant about sticking in the Bronx.

He already responded to an unwarranted question at the All-Star Game by saying something very depressing about what Yankees fans may expect from the upcoming season.

Recently, he praised Fenway Park’s atmosphere and spectators to the extent that some people actually believed he would switch sides of the legendary rivalry and challenge Alex Verdugo for the No. 99 Boston Red Sox suit.

Finally, Judge has made the decision to let down his guard and make hints about his intentions going into the summer. Despite Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts’ best efforts, he must first complete a few other tasks, like breaking the American League home run record, winning the AL Triple Crown, and finally competing in the World Series.

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