Carlos Correa He has already put an end to all the rumors about what his future team would be in the MLB because signed with the San Francisco Giants from the free agency. The shortstop not only got a new job site but also surpassed Francisco Lindor in a record thanks to the type of contract that he agreed with the Giants.
ESPN journalist Jeff Passan reported this day that the San Francisco Giants finally got the franchise player they were looking for so much because they closed a negotiation with Carlos Correa from free agency.
As if that were not enough, Correa broke Francisco Lindor’s record for the largest contract signed by a shortstop in MLB history, as Carlos signed for 13 seasons and an economic amount of $350 million dollars.
As for players of any position, the now former Astros and former Twins ranked fourth in all-time contracts. In front of him are only Mike Trout, Mookie Betts and Aaron Judge.
Carlos Correa entered free agency this year after opting out of his three-year contract with the Minnesota Twins. This would have been a strategy to get a more lucrative offer for MLB 2023.
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