Meet lovely Samantha Bracksieck! She is the pretty wife of MLB player Aaron Judge, the talented and handsome outfielder for the New York Yankees.
Aaron Judge Wife
29-year-old Samantha Lianne Bracksieck was born on August 12, 1993, in San Joaquin, California. She is one of the children born to Gregory Alan and Karen (nee. Nesbitt) Bracksieck, ages 63 and 59, respectively.
It is possible, Samantha has three siblings, brothers Greg, Joseph and sister Kristine.
Ms. Bracksieck studied kinesiology at Fresno State; awarded with the Outstanding Master’s Degree Project for her project “Posterior Elbow Angle During the Movement Phase of Throwing in Relation to the Susceptibility of UCL Injury in Major League Baseball Players.”
Before Fresno State, Samantha Bracksieck attended Linden High School, where she played basketball and soccer, and she graduated in 2011. According to the media, Samantha and Aaron started dating on and off in 2016; they split up and rekindled their relationship in 2019.
Aaron Judge and Samantha Bracksieck got married at the Montage Kapalua Bay hotel in Maui, Hawaii, on December 11, 2021. Wedding pictures, thanks to the guys at the Daily Mail.
According to an article published by Good House Keeping, Aaron and Samantha met and first started dating while they were in high school in 2010.
Aaron Judge Net Worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth they reported Aaron Judge has a net worth estimated at $20 Million. In addition to his salary from his contract with the New York Yankees, Aaron Judge earns from his endorsement deals with Pepsi, Adidas, SHOC Energy Drink, Hulu, JBL, Jersey Mike Subs, Oakley, Bloomingdales.
Aaron Judge Contract and Salary
Aaron Judge agreed to a one-year, $19 million contract on June 24, 2022, therefore earning a salary of $19 million. CBS Sports revealed Judge turned down the Yankees’seven-year contract extension worth $213.5 million. The Yankees GM Brian Cashman released the following statement.
“We’re all disappointed right now that we can’t be talking about a contract extension today. Not now, but hopefully later,” Cashman said. “… Both sides would like to be here. I think Aaron Judge doesn’t want to be anywhere but here, and we’d love to make that happen as well.”