Record season, record contract: What’s next for Yankees OF Aaron Judge?

New year, new goals for Yankees slugger Aaron Judge.Judge opened spring training with his New York teammates as captain for the first time on the heels of a monumental year. He set the American League home run record with 62, was named AL MVP and, after flirting with a return to his West Coast roots in free agency, came back to the Yankees on a record nine-year, $360 million contract.Judge was pressed about whether he could hit 62 home runs again this season.”We’ll see, we’ll see,” he said Tuesday. “I don’t really like putting a number on it. I just kind of like going out there and trying to control what I can control, but you never know what could happen. So, we’ll see about 62.”When he reported to the team to begin workouts, Judge opened some eyes by fielding ground balls at first base. He said he’s open to any position but returned to his customary spot in right field and took a few fly balls in left field.Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Anthony Rizzo need not look over his shoulder this year, and perhaps for another five years.”I don’t expect to see (Judge) there this year,” Boone said of the possible first base experiment. “Maybe five years from now it’s something that we’re talking about.”Boone said there’s no reason to expect a “hangover” following Judge’s MVP season.