Who are Aaron Judge Parents?

Quick Facts 

Celebrated Name Aaron Judge
Age 30 Years
Nick Name Aaron Judge
Birth Name Aaron James Judge
Birth Date 1992-04-26
Gender Male
Profession Basketball Player
Birth Nation United States
Place Of Birth Linden, California, United States
Nationality American
Current Club New York Yankees
Shirt Number 99
Position Outfielder
Height 2 m
Weight 128 Kg
Father Wayne Judge
Mother Patty Judge
Siblings John Judge
Religion Christian
Ethnicity Bi-racial
High School Linden High School
College / University California State University
Marital Status married
Girlfriend Jen Flaum
Net Worth $10.5 Million
Awards Players Choice Award for Outstanding AL Rookie, and a Silver Slugger Award
Links Wikipedia Twitter Instagram

Aaron Judge is an American professional baseball player who has played, as an outfielder, for the New York Yankees (2016–Present) in Major League Baseball (MLB).

Who are Aaron Judge Parents?

Aaron Judge, real name Aaron James Judge, was born on April 26, 1992. He is a notable baseball outfielder who is 30 years old and has been playing for the New York Yankees since August 13, 2016.

Aaron Judge with his parents(Source: Instagram)

Aaron Judge’s popularity has increased significantly since he hit his 60th home run of the season on September 20, tying Babe Ruth’s record. With this biggest hit, Judge joined Roger Maris in baseball history. However, about an hour later, the New York Yankees slugger celebrated hitting his 60th home run of his outstanding 2022 season.

Aaron broke the single-season American League record on Tuesday by launching his 62nd home run at Globe Life Field in a game against the Texas Rangers.

Patty Judge and Wayne Judge Journey are the parents of Aaron Judge,

Aaron Judge’s mother, Patty Judge, has attended each Yankees game since her son hit his 59th home run on September 18, according to Cbssports. For this final regular-season series, she flew from Yankee Stadium to Toronto, back to Yankee Stadium, and then to Texas. His mother was awestruck when he hit his 62nd home run on Tuesday.

Let me share some information about Aaron’s mother, Patty Jacob Judge, aka Patty Judge. Patty spent the majority of her life in Stockton and Linden, California, and she traveled across the country frequently with her family. During this time, she developed an interest in sports like volleyball, basketball, and softball. In her senior year at Franklin High School, Patty was named Female Athlete of the Year.

Patty moved back to her native Stockton after graduating from Fresno State University with a BA in physical education in the fall of 1975. It was at this time that she met and wed Wayne Judge, who was also majoring in physical education. Aaron James joined the family seven years after Wayne & Patty adopted John Jacob, but up until the age of 10 or 11, Aaron was unaware that he had been adopted until his parents told him one day.

Although he is not shocked to learn this, he is pleased of Aaron’s parents, Patty and Wayne, who gave up everything for him by enrolling Aaron in baseball when he was little and taking him to football training camps, basketball games, and other events.

Height & Weight

Aaron Judge height(Source: Instagram)

Judge has the biggest body mass of any position player in MLB history and towers over the opposition at 6’7″ and 282 pounds. Just ask David Ortiz of the Red Sox, who said, “Look at Judge. Observe him. Man, that’s scary. The most terrifying thing I’ve ever seen is that.

Relationship Status

Samantha with her husband Aaron Judge in their wedding day(Source: Instagram)

In December 2021, Aaron Judge wed Samantha Bracksieck, his longtime lover. Together with his wife Samantha Bracksieck, he leads a contented and cheerful existence.

Professional life

Aaron began his career playing baseball for his high school team while still in high school. He then participated in the Western Athletic Conference for the Fresno State Bulldogs baseball team, won the tournament, and earned a spot in the 2011 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. The TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby was won by him in 2012.

After that, he participated in other college baseball competitions. He began his professional baseball career in 2012 after being chosen by the New York Yankees with the 32nd overall choice in the first round of the MLB Draft. He made his professional debut in 2014 with the Class A South Atlantic League’s Charleston RiverDogs. He received a non-roster player invitation to spring training in 2015.

Aaron Judge is a professional Baseball Player(Source: Instagram)

He hit a home run off Matt Andriese in his MLB debut on August 13th, 2016, against the Tampa Bay Rays. In the 2017 MLB All-Star Game, he garnered the most votes as the starting outfielder, and he also won numerous awards and set numerous records. He set numerous records in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. On September 28, 2022, Aaron blasted his 61st home run, the most ever in an American League season, off Tim Mayza of the Toronto Blue Jays.

Game stats

Game
AB
R
H
RBI
BB
SO
HR
SB
Avg
Sep 18
@
Brewers
5
3
4
4
1
0
2
0
.316
Sep 18
@
Brewers
3
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
.312
Sep 17
@
Brewers
4
2
2
0
1
1
0
0
.311
Sep 15
@
Red Sox
4
1
1
0
1
2
0
0
.310
Sep 14
@
Red Sox
4
3
3
2
1
0
2
0
.310
Sep 11
vs
Rays
4
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
.307
Sep 10
vs
Rays
4
1
3
1
0
1
0
0
.307
Sep 10
vs
Rays
4
0
2
1
1
2
0
0
.304
Sep 9
vs
Twins
4
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
.302
Sep 8
vs
Twins
2
0
0
0
3
2
0
1
.301
Regular Season
525
122
166
127
92
158
59
16
.316

Career stats of Aaron Judge

Year Team GP AB R H RBI BB SO HR Avg
2022  

Yankees
142 525 122 166 127 92 158 59 .316
2021  

Yankees
148 550 89 158 98 75 158 39 .287
2020  

Yankees
28 101 23 26 22 10 32 9 .257
2019  

Yankees
102 378 75 103 55 64 141 27 .272
2018  

Yankees
112 413 77 115 67 76 152 27 .278
2017  

Yankees
155 542 128 154 114 127 208 52 .284
2016  

Yankees
27 84 10 15 10 9 42 4 .179
Career 714 2,593 524 737 493 453 891 217 .284

Awards

  • 4 — 2017; 2018; 2021; 2022 All-Star.
  • First Team All-MLB in 2021.
  • 2017 AL Rookie of the Year
  • 2 2017–2021 Silver Slugger Award.
  • 2019 Wilson Award for Defensive Player of the Year
  • in 2021, the Fielding Bible Award.
  • In 2017 and 2022, the AL’s 2x home run leader.

Records

  • record for rookie home runs (52).
  • In a single postseason, strikeouts (27, 2017).
  • Number of strikeouts a rookie batter has (208, 2017).
  • shares the AL season home run record with Roger Maris (61).

Net worth & Source of Income

Around $20 million is thought to be Aaron Judge’s net worth. He is a well-known American baseball player that achieved a lot throughout his career and broke several records. He makes a respectable salary of $19 million from his baseball career and also inked a contract with the New York Yankees in 2013 that included a $1.8 million signing bonus. Additionally, he receives compensation for endorsing popular brands like Under Armour, Pepsi, Adidas, etc.

Some Interesting Facts

  • Movies, music, and socializing with friends are some of Aaron’s interests.
  • At the age of ten or eleven, Aaron was adopted.
  • During the celebratory circle that followed Brett Gardner’s walk-off home run, he chipped off a bit of his front left teeth.
  • Both of his adopted parents are former educators.
  • He was a three-sport star at his school.
  • He was chosen by the Oakland A’s in the 30th round of the college baseball draft, and the New York Yankees picked him in the 32nd round.
  • The right fielder for the New York Yankees is Aaron.
  • Aaron completed his studies successfully and earned a 3.2 GPA. He also served on the student government for two years and did volunteer work, such as clearing up trash from the college campus alongside his basketball colleagues.
  • Throughout the baseball games, he consumes strange bubble gum.
  • Although he wanted to play baseball, he preferred to play tight end in football.
  • Aaron is the second football player to wear jersey number 99 during the regular season.
  • He loved the San Francisco Giants.
  • On May 15, 2017, he appeared on the Sports Illustrated cover and an episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy
  • Fallon in which he posed as a fan and answered questions about himself.
  • Additionally, he will be featured on MLB The Show 18’s cover on November 6, 2017.
  • In 2014, Under Armour, Pepsi, and Adidas all offered him endorsement contracts. In 2017.
  • Aaron established the All Rise Foundation, whose goal is to motivate young people to pursue their full potential as responsible citizens.
  • However, the Yankees might try to negotiate a long-term contract for Judge using the threat of his impending free agency as leverage.