Aaron Judge Ethnicity, Early Life, Career And Net Worth
Aaron Judge is a famous American baseball player who plays for the New York Yankees team in major league baseball. He debuted in 2016 and was selected as the Rookie of the year. At the same, he was also recorded as The AL Most Valuable player after Jose Altuve. Here let’s talk about Aaron Judge’s ethnicity, biography, and all other details.
Aaron was born on 26th April 1992. His birthplace is Linden, California. His full name is Aaron James Judge. According to sources, Aaron Judge’s ethnicity is biracial. Wayne Judge and Patty adopted him just a day before he was born. Aaron was raised in California along with his older brother named, John.
Aaron Judge got a bachelor’s degree from Linden High School and was always interested in sports. He played for his high school as a pitcher and first baseman on the school team.
After that, he became the leading member of the California Interscholastic Federation Division III playoffs. He played basketball and football but found himself in Baseball.
Aaron became a successful baseball player at college and was then selected for the New York Yankees in 2013. Unluckily he got an injury to his quadriceps femur muscle and could not play that season. After that, he played for minor leagues and then debuted in the league in 2016.
After that, he made multi-home runs and set the record for AL Rookie. At the end of the season, he won the player choice award for the outstanding Al Rookie Silver Slugger Award and was selected as an outfielder on baseball America’s All MLB Team.
Moreover, Aaron became the first player to set the record of eight strikeouts in a doubleheader in 2018 and received the title of Youngest Yankees player.
Aaron Judge’s Net Worth
Aaron is earning a handsome amount of money from his games. No doubt Aaron is one of the best player of baseball. In the early three years, he warned a lot, and according to sources, his estimated net worth of Judge is $2 million.
Moreover, he got a bonus of $1.8 million when he signed with the Yankees. After that, due to some injuries, he was not able to play, but it would be better soon.