#The San Francisco Giants

RUMOR: Dodgers, Giants facing these obstacles in Aaron Judge pursuit

The San Francisco Giants are reportedly in high spirits when it comes to their latest pitch to Aaron Judge. The Los Angeles Dodgers, although unsuccessful with their first rumored offer, are staying in hot pursuit of the New York Yankees star. While both marquee franchises are certainly drawing consideration from Aaron Judge, according to MLB […] The post RUMOR: Dodgers, Giants facing these obstacles in Aaron Judge pursuit appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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Aaron Judge rumors: Giants, Dodgers could be in trouble

The New York Yankees fanbase won’t like this latest update regarding Aaron Judge’s visit with the San Francisco Giants, but it also gives them reason to remain hopeful. Aaron Judge is the top free agent available this MLB offseason, and understandably so. He did win the AL MVP award after breaking the league’s single-season home run record with the New York Yankees. Now, he is making his rounds as a free agent, and Yankees fans are worried that he might sign elsewhere.
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Giants optimism soars after meeting with Yankees star Aaron Judge

Though the World Series is barely over, MLB fans are already clamoring to see where the biggest names on the free agency market will land and if their preferred team will either land a big fish or lose one to another pond. And this year, there isn’t a bigger fish than Aaron Judge, the New […] The post Giants optimism soars after meeting with Yankees star Aaron Judge appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Giants: 3 sneaky MLB free agents San Francisco must target

The San Francisco Giants finished with an 81-81 record last season and missed out on the playoffs. For a team with high expectations each and every year, it was far from ideal. But, now they look ahead at free agency with money to spend and no shortage of players to target. Aaron Judge remains the top name linked to the Giants and he did a formal visit this week.
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Steph Curry trying to help Red Sox amid Aaron Judge sweepstakes

We can understand why Boston fans don't like Stephen Curry after the 2022 NBA Finals. But the Golden State Warriors star is trying to do the city's baseball team a solid. Superstar slugger Aaron Judge paid a visit to the Bay Area this week as the San Francisco Giants attempt to pry him away from the New York Yankees in free agency. The Giants pulled out all the stops, calling on Curry to connect with Judge and pitch him on coming to San Francisco.

Report: Dodgers, Twins Showing Interest In Carlos Rodón

Interest in Carlos Rodón is starting to gather momentum with the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Minnesota Twins both now circling the free agent starter. Per Jon Heyman of the New York Post, the Dodgers are looking into the possibility of adding Rodón to their rotation, while the Twins have also expressed an interest, per Dan Hayes and Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic. This comes after Sports Illustrated’s Pat Ragazzo reported earlier this month that the Mets had identified Rodón as a potential option to bolster their rotation.

Morning Briefing: Rays Interested In Brandon Nimmo

Brandon Nimmo has drawn interest from many teams this offseason, including a surprising suitor in the Tampa Bay Rays. Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports that the Rays have interest in the outfielder, as well as the Blue Jays, Giants and Mets. Spotrac has Nimmo’s market value set to 5-years, $106 million, which would be the biggest contract Tampa Bay would offer to a free agent ever. The interest by Tampa Bay is surprising as the organization would give up quite a bit outside monetary value. Nimmo rejected the Mets’ qualifying offer, so Tampa Bay would need give up a draft pick next year as compensation for signing the outfielder.

Braves News: Hot Stove remains quiet

As expected, it was a pretty quiet Thanksgiving Day for the Atlanta Braves and Major League Baseball. Despite the holiday, there were a few rumblings from around the league in the form of free agent rumors. The Yankees are reportedly doing their due diligence on a number of top line...

Tampa Bay Rays Interested in Free Agent OF Brandon Nimmo

According to Jon Heyman of The New York Post, the Tampa Bay Rays are showing interest in free agent outfielder Brandon Nimmo. Tampa Bay is one of several teams looking to potentially add Nimmo to the fold, including the San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, and Toronto Blue Jays. The New York Mets, with whom Nimmo has spent his entire MLB career, are also interested in retaining the 29-year-old’s services.

The massive Dodgers offer that Aaron Judge turned down

The Hot Stove season is starting to live up to its name, with Aaron Judge’s free agency expected to arrive at a resolution within the near future. In particular, Judge met with the San Francisco Giants this past Tuesday, and talks between the two parties were, reportedly “productive“. However, the Los Angeles Dodgers, with their unlimited resources, aim not to be outdone by their division rivals and have floated a considerable effort towards the 6’7 slugger.

How the Yankees can have a perfect off-season

The New York Yankees have a difficult road ahead this off-season, especially with superstar slugger Aaron Judge meeting West Coast teams currently. Judge had a fantastic visit with the San Francisco Giants, who are willing to pay top dollar for his services, putting a ton of pressure on general manager Brian Cashman to retain arguably the best player in the sport.

Dodgers Free Agency Rumors: Carlos Rodón Interest

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly agreed to terms with Clayton Kershaw, but they still need to add at least one more starting pitcher to their roster. Justin Verlander and Jacob deGrom are the top two options available, and the Dodgers will likely be interested in both to some degree. But Carlos Rodón is also a free agent, and he is going to be a coveted option as well after back-to-back fantastic seasons.

How Stephen Curry Is Helping Red Sox With Aaron Judge Free Agency

The Boston Red Sox might have Stephen Curry to thank if Aaron Judge leaves the New York Yankees this offseason. OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration. But the Golden State Warriors superstar was called upon this week to help the San Francisco Giants in their effort to sign Judge — a free agent after seven seasons with the Yankees — and a successful sales pitch obviously would benefit the Red Sox (and the rest of the American League East, for that matter).

Yankees have 3 starting pitchers in free agency crosshairs

The New York Yankees have three free agent starting pitchers in their crosshairs. Ensuring Aaron Judge doesn’t end up signing with the San Francisco Giants or anywhere else is priority number one for the New York Yankees this offseason. Their backup plans if he does leave aren’t good enough. In addition to re-signing him, the club is hoping to land a starting pitcher in free agency.