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New York Yankees offered Aaron Judge $230 million contract, GM Brian Cashman says

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NEW YORK -- All-Star right fielder Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees did not come to an agreement on a contract extension ahead of the slugger's self-imposed deadline of Opening Day.

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General manager Brian Cashman said the team offered a seven-year, $213.5 million extension, which, paired with

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 the $17 million it offered in arbitration this season, would have made the entire package just over $230 million.

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"We were unsuccessful in concluding a multiyear pact," Cashman said Friday before the Yankees' season opener vs. the Boston Red Sox.

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"Obviously, our intent is to have Aaron Judge stay as a New York Yankee as we move forward, and I know that is his intent as well, which is a good thing.

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 We're going to be entering those efforts in a new arena, which would be at the end of the season when free agency starts, and maybe that will determine what the real market value would be, because we certainly couldn't agree at this stage on a contract extension."

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