The man who caught Aaron Judge's AL record 62nd home run at Arlington, TX has reportedly turned down a $3 million offer for it. Instead it will be auctioned off on Nov. 29th.
He said he would like to donate some of the proceeds to Judge's All Rise Foundation, but hoped Judge could end up with the ball.
In response Judge said that since he is currently unsigned the ball may be a little out of his price range.
Judge did make $19 million for last year in a settlement before going to arbitration.
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You think Judge might have been trying to be funny?😳
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