Aaron Judge rumors suggest that the Yankees and Giants are competing to sign the free-agent slugger, and a decision could be made soon.

Aaron Judge, the reigning American League MVP, is the biggest free agent this offseason, literally and metaphorically.

According to MLB.com, the Yankees and San Francisco Giants are the two significant suitors for Judge, 

but there are other unnamed teams in the mix.

The New York Yankees are said to have made Judge an offer "in the neighborhood" of eight years and $300 million, with the ninth year expected to be the most valuable.

Cashman (Yankees General Manager) stated that he had received no assurance from Judge's agent, Page Odle,

that the Yankees would be able to match or outbid any final offer.

Judge, who will turn 30 in April, put on a show to remember this past season, 

breaking Roger Maris' 62-year-old AL single-season home run record while batting with 62 home runs. In 157 games, he hit 311/.425/.686.

Judge led the Majors in runs (133), homers (131), RBIs (131), slugging percentage, on-base percentage, OPS (1.111), OPS+ (211), and total bases (131). (391).

Judge's free agency may be nearing a conclusion, as Judge is expected to show up at the MLB Winter Meetings on Tuesday in San Diego.