January 30, 2023

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MLB rumours: Camp Carlos Correa talks to other MLB team amid Mets layoff

The saga of Carlos Correa continues.

Two weeks after talks between Correa and the New York Mets stalled over A.J A previous lower leg injury Brought to light by the giants, it appears the 28-year-old may be looking for other options.

The New York Post’s John Heyman reported Thursday night, citing sources, that Correa’s camp has “renewed contact” with at least one team vying for the services of the star shortstop after Correa and the Mets had “limited discussions” over the past few weeks.

“But after two weeks of discussions, unresolved issues at least led Korea agent Scott Boras to reach out to other teams,” Heyman wrote. office holder [Minnesota] Twins… one of the teams was in contact with Boras.”

Despite the renewed interest from other clubs, Heyman reported that “a Mets person” is confident that owner Steve Cohen will eventually be relegated to Korea.

This update comes hours after Heyman reported that Correa and Mets representatives were reaching out to include language additions or modifications to the new contract that would reduce the risks.

“Assuming the Mets are able to add contract language that will protect them in the event the concern zone breaks out, part of the $315 million deal could become less than fully secured,” Heymann wrote.

Heymann adds that both parties are still negotiating the number of injured-list days and other factors that might allow New York to convert parts of the deal into unsecured funds.

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“Depending on how the talks go, a new deal may not be entirely foolproof, but it could still give Korea the ability to earn roughly the same total amount if the specific ankle injury does not lead to more problems over the course of the contract,” Heyman continued.

With Korea said Not interested in a restructured contract With New York, the final deal between the Mets and shortstop representatives will likely take longer than expected to materialize.

Related: Rosenthal expects major contract changes for the Correa Mets

San Francisco was just moments away from introducing Corea as a giant before physical angst, and Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi said Dec. 30 that the deal with Corea is “beautiful.” Unlikely based on their position. “

No matter how the Correa saga wraps up, baseball fans have to agree that it has to be one of the most unique situations MLB has seen in recent years.

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