Aaron Judge's visit with the San Francisco Giants won't please New York Yankees fans, but it gives them hope.

Understandably, Aaron Judge is the top MLB free agent. He won the AL MVP after breaking the Yankees' single-season home run record. 

As a free agent, Yankees fans worry he may sign elsewhere.

Judge met with the Giants recently. The Giants are "elated" after meeting the star outfielder, according to Jon Heyman of the New York Post.

Yankees supporters should not despair. Heyman reported that the Giants were pleased after meeting with Judge, but he gave the NL West team and their rivals the Dodgers bad news.

 "They hold edges for Judge in legacy, ballpark and familiarity," Heyman said. Heyman noted the Giants' home stadium is in the lowest third of home runs.

Heyman then said the Dodgers want to cut their $290 million payroll and need a shortstop since Trea Turner is expected to command big money in free agency.

Hal Steinbrenner, Yankees owner, has met with Judge after the season and plans to do "everything" to keep him. 

If the Giants, Dodgers, or another team offers him a huge contract, his words may be tested.