Yankees, Giants, Dodgers in the picture

The poker game is just starting between the New York Yankees and star free-agent right fielder Aaron Judge.

Sportsbooks, perhaps not so surprisingly, have been dipping their toes in these obscure betting markets where you can bet on which team players will sign with.

This is the kind of betting market that requires constant attention, namely with The Post’s insider team and the dynamic duo of Jon Heyman and Joel Sherman – who are in Las Vegas for the beginning of free agency.

The odds you see below did not move much after the Giants’ GM, Farhan Zaidi, boasted about the club’s financial capability this offseason. But sure enough, when there is some more news and chatter, the betting markets are often some of the first people to know about it.

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Aaron Judge next team odds

New York Yankees (-165)
San Francisco Giants (+300)
Los Angeles Dodgers (+450)
New York Mets (+1000)
Boston Red Sox (+1600)
Chicago Cubs (+2200)
St. Louis Cardinals (+2800)
Los Angeles Angels (+2800)
Texas Rangers (+3000)
Seattle Mariners (+7000)

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You may remember PointsBet Sportsbook placed odds on Juan Soto’s next team during the trade deadline last July. Well, the Padres would end up cashing this bet at a whopping +800.

Due to regulations, this is largely only eligible to be bet inside the state of Illinois, so for most of the country, this is just a barometer to see what oddsmakers think of Aaron Judge’s free agency.

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