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Sources: Judge, Yanks reach 9-year, $360M deal

Aaron Judge has answered baseball's burning offseason question, agreeing to a nine-year, $360 million contract to remain with the Yankees, sources confirmed to ESPN.

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$360 million in his 30s!? Grading the record deal bringing Aaron Judge back to the Yankees

New York outbid San Francisco to retain the services of the reigning AL MVP. But it cost the Yankees -- a lot.

COULDN'T AFFORD TO LOSE JUDGE

Buster Olney: The Yankees 'completely surrendered' to Aaron Judge

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FIRE UP THE HOT STOVE!

Free agency and trade grades: Grading the biggest signings of the winter meetings

From a nine-figure free agent deal that changes your team's future to a blockbuster trade, our experts weigh in.

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PRIZE LOTTERY PICKS

MLB just held its first draft lottery! Here are some of the potential No. 1 picks the Pirates could land

The inaugural draft lottery went Pittsburgh's way. These are the prospects who the Pirates and other teams with early picks could be eyeing this summer.

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Who should the Pirates consider with the No. 1 pick in the MLB draft?

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MORE HOT STOVE TALK

Which mid-tier pitchers are set to cash in on free agency?

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What is the outfield market like after Aaron Judge?

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TURNER HEADING TO THE PHILLIES

Another NL East winter meetings splash! Grading Trea Turner's $300 million deal with Phillies

Just after the division rival Mets added an ace, the Phillies responded by signing a star shortstop for the next decade-plus.

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The surprise team that offered more money to Trea Turner

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VERLANDER TO THE METS

$86 million for a 40-year-old ace? Grading Mets' signing of Justin Verlander

The Mets wasted no time after losing Jacob deGrom to the Rangers, adding a reigning World Series champion. Does Verlander put New York over the top?

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Relive Verlander's Cy Young winning season

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FANTASY BASEBALL

Is Justin Verlander actually a better fantasy option than Jacob deGrom?

Perhaps fantasy managers shouldn't expect another 1.75 ERA from the now-former Astros ace, but Verlander should be reliable and awesome in 2023.

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Why Jacob deGrom's move to Texas won't impact his fantasy value

Fantasy baseball managers should still remain cautious given deGrom's injury history.

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