Aaron Judge Explains Why He Won't Bid on Record Home Run Ball

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By : Raam Dhakad

The American League MVP, when asked if he would bid on breaking his record on the home run ball, gave a humorous answer.

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Aaron Judge's record-breaking 62nd home run ball is going up for auction, and the free agent outfielder won't be among the bidders.

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"Damn. I haven't signed my free agent deal yet, so I guess it's a little out of my price range," Judge joked.

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Corey Youmans, the 35-year-old fan who caught the American League MVP home run that broke Roger Maris' AL record, decided to put the ball up for auction through Goldin Auction House.

Youmans said via ESPN's Jeff Passon, "It seems fair in the sense that it interests anyone and that means there's an opportunity to own it."

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 "As a fan, I look forward to seeing what it's worth, who buys it and what they do with it."

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Youmans did not come to an agreement with the Yankees and also turned down an offer of $3 million for Ball.

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Now the ball will go up for auction, where it will surely fetch a significant amount from a baseball fan who wants to keep a piece of history.

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