Top Reasons Red Sox Shouldn’t Sign Aaron Judge In Free Agency

If the Red Sox try hard to get Aaron Judge this winter, it could make things more like they were in the early 2000s.

Judge hit his 56th and 57th homers of the season at Fenway, but he generally struggles there.

He's hit.193/.301/.393 with 29 hits, including six doubles and eight homers. 48 strikeouts. Sox pitching hasn't been great since 2017.

The age of Aaron Judge should be taken into consideration by the Red Sox when making a decision regarding his future free agency.

Aaron Judge will be 31 next April, so it's fair to ask why the Sox would pay him when they didn't pay Mookie Betts in 2019.

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