MLB news Mets owner negotiations with Carlos Correa
The days go by and the arrival of Carlos Correa to the New York Mets. Steve Cohenowner of the ‘Metropolitans’, recently spoke about the subject and revealed how the negotiations are going with the player from Puerto Rico ahead of the 2023 MLB Season. It was on Christmas Eve 2022 that the firm was put on hiatus due to concerns about Correa’s physical condition.
Steve Cohen was present at an event at Citi Field on the afternoon of Saturday, January 7, and in it he was questioned about one of the main issues around him. The signing of Carlos Correa with the New York Mets.
This is because more than two weeks have passed since the hiring was put on hold due to concerns on the part of the organization regarding the medical and injury history of the native of Puerto Rico.
The owner of the ‘Metropolitans’ spoke about how the negotiations are going and said that “although he cannot speak for the player, he does believe that they will have a resolution soon one way or another” (statement to YouTuber Tyler Ward).
Carlos Correa and the New York Mets reached an agreement for 12 major league seasons and an economic amount of $315 million after he was ‘cut’ by the San Francisco Giants.
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