MLB Carlos Correa is running out of options to sign

This year’s winter market has been activated in recent days and multi-million dollar signings have been made, considered the ‘bombs’ of the off season. However, one of the running out of team possibilities to sign with for the 2022 MLB Season is Carlos Correa, who is looking for a long-term negotiation.

There are fewer and fewer shortstops available in the free agency market. This is because Texas Rangers enlisted the services of two of the most famous: Corey Seager and Marcus Semien.

This leaves Carlos Correa as one of the remaining, but his place in a MLB team has fewer and fewer options, because although he was linked to the Detroit Tigres, this day it was reported that he has signed Javy Báez.

The Puerto Rican shortstop has been sought by multiple organizations and among those that may still be an option are the New York Yankees and the Houston Astros, if their executives manage to reach the price.

Carlos Correa has made no secret of his desire to become the highest paid shortstop in all of MLB and aims to outperform the contract that Francisco Lindor signed with the New York Mets.


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