According to GM Brian Cashman, the New York Yankees offered Aaron Judge a $230 million contract.

The New York Yankees and All-Star right fielder Aaron Judge were unable to reach an agreement on a contract extension.

According to general manager Brian Cashman Team offered a seven-year, $213.5 million deal, 

which, when combined with the $17 million it offered in arbitration this season, would have brought the whole package to just over $230 million

"We were unable to reach an agreement on a multiyear contract," Cashman said before the Yankees' 6-5 season-opening victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday.

Manager Aaron Boone noted earlier in the day that whatever occurred with Judge's contract will have no effect on the field

This is a rare occasion to discuss about extension," Judge stated. "Getting this chance is amazing, and I respect the Yankees' desire to do so

but I'm not opposed to entering free agency... I'll speak with 30 teams by the end of the year. One of those clubs will be the Yankees.

Judge stated shortly after reporting to spring training that he would not negotiate a deal until after Opening Day. "I'm going to keep to my deadline."

 I believe it will benefit both sides because they will be able to focus on what they need to do, and I will be able to focus on what I need to do, which is on the field.