Carlos Correa signs Twins as Mets deal falls apart: immediate analysis

Carlos Correa signs Twins as Mets deal falls apart: immediate analysis

Carlos Correa signs Twins as Mets deal falls apart: immediate analysis

Well, the third time is a charm. Superstar shortstop Carlos Correa is reportedly signing The Twins after his megadeal z mets fell in. The contract, which is pending, is guaranteed for six years and $200 million, with vesting options for an additional four years and $70 million, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN.

Correa, 28, initially signed a 13-year, $350 million contract with The giants last month during winter meetings, but San Francisco released Correa from his contract after team doctors became concerned about his surgically repaired right leg. New York stepped in and a few hours later agreed to sign him to a 12-year, $315 million contract. The same lower leg injury also caused the Mets to pull out of that deal, and both sides spent nearly three weeks trying to work out a new contract. They couldn’t do it, and now it seems Correa is moving back to Minnesota.

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