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Aaron Judge will reportedly meet with the San Francisco Giants to discuss business heading into the next MLB season. Dylan Buell/Getty Images


  • Aaron Judge is set to meet with San Francisco Giants
  • Judge prefers to join a team that can win
  • The Yankees and Dodgers are keeping tabs on Judge's situation

Aaron Judge is expected to start being busy as he meets with several MLB teams interested to tap his services.

The All-Star outfielder is reportedly set to meet with the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday, November 22, according to sources cited by Mark Feinshand of MLB.com.

This was after Jon Morosi of the MLB Network shared a video showing Judge arriving in the Bay Area on Monday, November 21.

In a video, Judge mentioned that he was just visiting family and friends and nothing else.

The Giants are seen as the biggest threats to the New York Yankees who hope to re-sign the reigning AL MVP.

San Francisco is exhausting all options, especially after a disappointing season that saw them settling for a .500 record.

As a result of that performance, the Giants are allegedly willing to spend in the winter as it tries to find ways to stay abreast with their division rivals, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres.

The outfield is one of the areas that the Giants need to address.

Aside from Judge, San Francisco is also allegedly interested in other names that include Cody Bellinger and Brandon Nimmo.

"From a financial standpoint, there's nobody that would be out of our capability," Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi said earlier this month.

The pitch of the Giants will be interesting as Judge goes over the best one on the table.

Last week, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman revealed that they presented the four-time All-Star with a new offer.

Aside from the Yankees and the Giants, the Dodgers are also keeping tabs on the player's situation.

Judge is aware that deciding on his fate for the next MLB season is not in his hands.

However, he did mention that he wants to be on a winning team that will have other players helping out during games.

"I don't know how fast it's going to go or how slow it's going to go, but there are teams we've talked to," Judge said in a report by NBC Sports. "For me, if we're going to build a winning team, if I can get myself out of the way so they can move on or add some more pieces, I think that's an advantage."

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Aaron Judge hopes to join an MLB team where he can get help to possibly compete for a World Series title. Elsa/Getty Images