Mets would throw in the towel signing Carlos Correa
Two weeks after announcing a deal with Carlos Correa for 12 years and US$315 million, the New York Mets they could step aside in negotiations with the Puerto Rican infielder.
According to sources from SNY.com columnist Andy Martino, the New York board is already very frustrated over the pending contract with Correa, after the 28-year-old failed a medical after allegedly sustaining a serious injury to his right ankle. . In the wake of the result, the Metropolitans and the star former Astros and Twins shortstop are said to have been negotiating a new deal, based on clauses that protect the Queens organization’s investment.
A day before this report, it came to light that the Minnesota Twins had re-emerged as serious candidates to sign Correa, in case the deal with the Mets falls through.
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