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Yankees avoid arbitration with all nine eligible players

Aaron Judge is frequently listed among the game’s elite performers, and now the slugging Yankees outfielder can boast a pay stub more in line with that estimated value.

Judge and the Yankees agreed Friday to a one-year contract worth $8.5 million, a source told MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand, a figure that represents a significant raise over the star’s 2019 salary of $684,300.

 (Troy Taormina )

The new pact was one of nine agreed to on Friday as the Yankees avoided salary arbitration with all eligible players. Also agreeing to deals were right-handers Luis Cessa, Chad Green, Jonathan Holder and Tommy Kahnle, left-handers Jordan Montgomery and James Paxton, catcher Gary Sánchez and third baseman Gio Urshela.

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