Fan Who Caught Judge's 62nd HR Ball Receiving Multi-Million Dollar Offers

Aaron Judge was able to retrieve home run balls #60 and 61. But #62 rests in the hands of a fan who isn't so quick to think about surrendering it just yet. Reports say he's already received offers of as much as $2M. 

The fan's name is Corey Youmans. He’s a branch vice president at Fisher Investments, a company which manages $197 billion worldwide. Asked what he'll do with the ball, his first response was, “Good question. I haven’t thought about it.” Hard to believe? Yeah, we thought so too.

Youmans made a nice catch on Judge's 391-foot historic blast, in the first row of the lower outfield deck at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Could that catch be worth $2M or more? Front Office Sports reports that he has received offers of that much. 

Youmans' wife is a celebrity as well. He's married to Sports Illustrated reporter Bri Amaranthus who covers the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks. She's also an Emmy Winner and a former contestant on "The Bachelor." She posted this close-up pic of the now famous baseball:

Afterwards, Judge said of the ball, "We’ll see what happens with that. It would be great to get it back, but that’s a souvenir for a fan. They made a great catch out there, and they got every right to it.”