The San Francisco Giants Think They Have Signed Carlos Correa to a 13-year, $350 million contract. But then the introductory press conference was mysteriously postponed, attributed to problems with the physicality of the shortcut.
Then, in a shocking turn of events, Correa rejected the Giant instead signed a 12-year, $315 million contract with the New York Mets.
Steve Cohen is the new George Steinbrenner. So far this season, the Mets have landed Justin Verlander, Kodai Senga, José Quintana, David Robertson, and re-signed Brandon Nimmo and Edwin Diaz— and the team. pay $380 million more than most of us ordinary people will see in many lifetimes.
Francisco Lindor was entrenched at the SS, which would move Correa to the hot corner.
“This puts us first,” says Cohen. Post.
The owner of the Mets is in Hawaii making a deal with Scott Boras, agent of Correa, Post report.
“This really makes a big difference,” Cohen told the tabloid.
“If you are going to act, take action,” he added.
Correa made his major league debut in 2015 for the Houston Astros, winning the American League’s Rookie of the Year award.
He’s a two-time All-Star and was part of the Astros’ 2017 World Series championship team.