Aaron Judge Joins the RiverDogs As an Ex-Yankee Endorsement

Aaron Judge, a Riverdogs star, is joining the team. The former wide receiver has already signed a number of endorsement deals with different teams, including adidas and MLB. In addition to his baseball contract, Judge has also been spotted with his ex-girlfriend Flaumm. The two were seen kissing on the red carpet prior to Judge’s first game in 2014.

Aaron Judge played college baseball at Brewster University. He was the team’s leader in doubles, home runs and RBIs his junior year. He played in the Mountain West Conference. After graduating from Brewster, Judge was drafted by the New York Yankees as the 32nd overall pick in the 2013 MLB draft. He received a $1.8 million signing bonus and was promoted to Class A-Advanced Tampa Yankees. His first season in the major leagues was cut short due to a torn quadriceps femoris muscle, but continued to develop as an outfielder.

Aaron Judge made his professional debut with the Charleston Riverdogs. He was then invited to Yankees’ spring training. Judge was a rookie and hit 45 home runs in his first season. After being promoted to the Class-A Tampa Yankees, Judge spent one season with the Florida State League. In August 2016, Judge made his Major League debut against the Tampa Bay Rays. And since his professional career has been so successful, he has been invited to spring training for the Yankees, which is the best opportunity for anyone to catch this star.

Judge will receive a portion from each jersey sold as a result his affiliation with RiverDogs. Judge played in 2013 for the Boston Red Sox during his affiliation with Yankees. RiverDogs players have been a part of five major league teams over the past 40 years. Judge, Alex Rodriguez and Brett Gardner all played for the team.

The long-awaited regular season saw Aaron Judge hit five home runs in his first five games. Judge’s fourth homerun tied Mark McGwire’s record for the longest rookie home run streak. His streak was also the longest in major leagues since Alex Rodriguez in 2007 Judge was placed on the invalid list on August 14 after sustaining the same injury to his calf in the game against the Atlanta Braves. He quickly recovered and completed his season.

Aaron Judge Joins the RiverDogs As an Ex-Yankee Endorsement
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