As the days go by, Carlos Correait seems, continues to draw the attention of more major league teams in free agency.
New York Post journalist Jon Heyman recently published that a total of eight organizations have shown interest in the services of the Puerto Rican shortstop. Heyman only highlighted the interest of the Minnesota Twins in retaining him.
While publicly it has transcended the interest of other teams such as the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs. He has also mentioned Baltimore as another organization interested in signing him.
Several press reports point to The Giants could make him an attractive offer if they don’t sign outfielder Aaron Judge, who has already met with San Francisco management and should receive an offer soon.
The Giants are contemplating moving veteran shortstop Brandon Crawford to the position for next season.
While, other Minnesota press reports note that team management has made various offers to Correa ranging from six to 10 years old.
Correa agreed to get out of his contract, after one season with the Twins. He had signed a three-year, $105.3 million pact.
The MLBtraderumors.com portal made a projection of Correa’s contract and published that he should be aspiring to a contract of $288 million for nine seasons. Minnesota and San Francisco are favorites to sign him.