The Yankees were an association, best case scenario, in an in-between state

and to say the least in confusion Tuesday late evening watching for any news from free specialist Aaron Judge,

the worry turning out to be genuine that the group the outfielder grew up pulling for could remove him from the Bronx.

Prior in the day a report from one public baseball insider expressed that Adjudicator "seems went to the Monsters,"

a tweet that was before long brought down. In any case, it was sufficient to send shockwaves all through the association as Judge,

brought up in Linden, California, which is around 1 hour 45 minutes from San Francisco,

and his portrayal all through the free specialist process have kept their contemplations near the vest.

"A great deal of obscure at this moment," Aaron Boone said late Tuesday evening.

"We haven't heard anything. I realize it's been, clearly, a continuous exchange."

The Yankees have made various offers this colder time of year, every one of them in abundance of $300 million.

A report in the New York Post Tuesday said Judge had a proposal from the Goliaths,

with whom he met a month ago, "in the neighborhood of $360 million."