He has made the game look so remarkably simple, especially recently, that “only”

Judge was the eighth batter due in the Yankees’ final at-bat in the eighth inning Wednesday.

“Tonight it felt like waiting for the big moment,” Aaron Boone said appreciatively of the atmosphere.

Calculating Aaron Judge’s Mega Free Agent Contract Value

Give it to Aaron Judge: the man bet on himself and will reap the rewards this off-season when he becomes a free agent.

He’s set to pass Roger Maris’ single-season home run total of 61, maybe before the week is up.

As noted, Judge bet on himself by turning down a seven-year, $213.5 million extension offered to him by the Yankees in Spring Training this year.

Jon Heyman of the NY Post, he countered with an offer at nine or 10 years at $36 million AAV for up to $360 million.