Failed medical twice… ‘Glass body’ Corea, elemental team remaining in Minnesota

American professional baseball major league (MLB) free agent (FA) shortstop Carlos Correa will eventually remain with his original team, Minnesota.

On the 11th (Korean time), local media such as ESPN reported that “Corea has agreed to a contract with Minnesota for 6 years and 200 million dollars (about 249.6 billion won).” The contract included an option for Correa to receive an additional $70 million over four years. If the option is triggered, Correa can receive up to 270 million dollars (approximately 337 billion won) over 10 years. 온라인카지노

Correa played in 136 games in the 2022 season, hitting 0.291 with 22 homers and 64 RBIs. He also won the American League (AL) Gold Glove for shortstop. Correa, who came to the free agent market after the season, agreed with San Francisco for a total of 350 million dollars (approximately 436.8 billion won) over 13 years. However, his contract was canceled after a physical examination revealed a problem with his right ankle.

Afterwards, he agreed to a 12-year, $315 million (approximately 393.1 billion won) contract with the New York Mets. However, even this was canceled because it failed to pass the physical examination. In the end, Corea ended up signing a contract with the original team.

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