To put it lightly, it has been a whirlwind offseason for Carlos Correa. It began with him opting out of the final two years of his contract with the Minnesota Twins in search of a longer deal with more guarantees. First, he decided to sign with the San Francisco Giants, but his physical came up with questions and that deal fell through.
Then, the same thing happened with the New York Mets after he negotiated a deal with them. After roughly two weeks of trying to make it work with the Mets, Correa shocked the baseball world and announced he was returning to the Twins on a six-year, $200 million deal.
Correa finally broke his silence on Instagram to officially announce his deal with the Twins.
Correa praised people in the Twins organization at every level and is excited to finish what they started in the Twin Cities.
Correa was really good for the Twins last year, compiling a 5.4 WAR with a slash line of .291/.366/.467 to go along with 22 home runs and 64 RBI in 136 games. Although, the Twins haven't done much of note to improve their team this offseason. In fact, one could argue that even with the addition of Correa, this team might be worse than the 2022 team, which finished with a 78-84 record.
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