Aaron Judge bio, Career, Early life, Personal life, Net worth, Facts
Who is Aaron Judge?
An American professional baseball outfielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball is named as Aaron James Judge. He was unanimously selected as the American League (AL) Rookie of the Year in 2017 and finished second, behind Jose Altuve, for AL Most Valuable Player.
Aaron Judge's Early Life
Aaron was born on 26th April 1992. He was born and raised in Linden, California and was adopted the day after he was born by Patty and Wayne Judge. The career of his parents were teachers. His parents told him that he was adopted when he was 10. He has an older brother, John, who was also adopted. After his parents told him about his adoption, Aaron was completely fine with it. His parents gave him tremendous support in his baseball career. It was his parent’s idea that he chose college over a deal to join the MLB. His ethnicity is bi-racial. His religion is Christian.
Talking about his education, he attended Linden High School and enrolled at California State University, Fresno. Aaron set the school record for touchdowns and attracted attention from many colleges.
Aaron Judge's Career
Fig: Aaron Judge as a professional baseball player
In the 2013 Major League Baseball draft, Aaron was drafted in the first round by the New York Yankees. Aaron Judge got $1.8 million as a signing bonus. He experienced an injury and tore a quadriceps femoris muscle due to which he couldn’t play in 2013 season. In the year 2014, he made his professional debut with the Charleston River Dogs of the Class a South Atlantic League.
Judge scored a batting average of .333, on-base percentage of .428 and a slugging percentage of .530. He attended the Class, an Advanced Florida State League during the season. Aaron began 2015 season with Trenton Thunder of the Class AA Eastern League. For the team, he batted .284 with .350 OBP and 12 home runs in 63 games. He was boosted to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Rail Riders of the Class AAA
Additionally, He arose in 93 games for Rail Riders and had .270 batting average with 18 home runs and 65 RBIs. Aaron Judge was chosen to represent the Yankees at the All-Star Futures Game. In August 2016, he made debut for the New York Yankees against Tampa Bay Rays. In the following month, he suffered an oblique strain and was put on the ‘disabled’ list. In 2017, Aaron stood out as the second rookie in the history of MLB to hit 40 runs in a season and finished a season with a batting of 284, 154 hits and 114 RBIs.
How much is the net worth of Aaron James Judge?
Fig: Aaron Judge lifestyle
This renowned baseball player's net worth is certainly in a million. His net worth is $10 million as of 2019. He is earning a considerable amount of money. He is very successful with his love life as well as career life. His salary is not revealed yet and will be updated soon. His primary source of revenue is from his profession, basketball.
Aaron Judge's Personal Life
Fig: Aaron Judge with his wife Jen Flaum
Aaron is not married yet but he is in a relationship. He has been in a number of romantic relationships that have come to the attention of the media. He is currently in a partnership with his wife, Jen Flaum. The first time they were spotted together in public was during the US Open in September 2017.
Their relationship seemed to be winding stronger as they were yet again spotted going on a date in Nobu restaurant in New York. At the time, Flaum who is a diehard Yankees fan had just graduated from the University of Michigan. He is living a happy and peaceful life with his girlfriend. There is no indication of the separation between them.
Facts of Aaron James Judge
- In the year 2017, he earned his first All-Star game nod, led the AL in home runs and won the AL Rookie of the Year award.
- He played baseball, basketball, and football for Linden High School and earned All-American honors as a senior in baseball.
- He and his older brother John were both adopted by parents Patty and Wayne Judge. Both his parents were teachers.
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