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2022 380.52.8 70 22 64 61 .291
2021 4863.3 104 26 92 75 .279
3y Avg. 329.52.9 65 18 60 51 .282
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Returns to Twins camp

    Correa (personal) returned to Twins camp Tuesday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Correa was away for a few days to be with his newborn son. He expects to return to Grapefruit League action Friday. Correa is 3-for-9 with one walk in four games so far this spring.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Leaves camp for birth of child

    Correa has left Twins camp in preparation for the birth of his second son, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Correa figures to be away for a handful of days to take care of more important business before returning to camp. He's 3-for-9 with a walk and two strikeouts so far during Grapefruit League play.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Making spring debut Wednesday

    Correa is set to make his Grapefruit League debut Wednesday versus the Phillies, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. The condition of Correa's ankle was a major topic of conversation this offseason, but he reported to camp healthy and with no limitations. Him not playing in the Twins' first five games seems to be more about getting the veteran treatment and easing into things. Correa is expected to leave camp for a bit at some point in March with his wife due to give birth to the couple's second child soon.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Won't participate in WBC

    Correa will not play for Team Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Correa's wife is due with the couple's second child at the same time the WBC will take place, and Hayes reports the Twins don't want the shortstop to be juggling both family and the tournament. Correa re-signed with the Twins after a tumultuous offseason that saw proposed contracts with the Giants and Mets rescinded because of concerns during his physical, and he'll spend spring training in the Grapefruit League.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Passes physical with Minnesota

    Correa passed his physical, and the Twins are expected to officially announce his signing to a six-year, $200 million contract later Wednesday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. For most free agents who come to terms with teams on a contract, the physical exam is usually a formality, but Correa's ability to pass his medical tests is noteworthy after he previously had deals with the Giants and Mets fall through earlier this winter due to reported concern about a previous surgery he had back in 2014 to address a fractured right fibula. Given that the Twins had a chance to get an extended evaluation while Correa played for the team on a one-year, $35.1 million deal last season, they were evidently more comfortable than the Giants or Mets in handing the 28-year-old shortstop a lavish new contract. Though Correa is guaranteed $200 million in the deal through the 2028 season, his contract contains playing time-based vesting options from the 2029 through 2032 seasons that could net him up to an additional $70 million.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Reaches agreement with Twins

    Correa agreed to a six-year, $200 million deal with the Twins on Tuesday, pending a physical, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. The "pending a physical" part of this news carries far more weight than it does for most similar announcements, as Correa has already agreed to deals with both the Giants and Mets this winter, only for both to fall through following a medical examination. The Twins are presumably more comfortable with Correa's medicals, having just seen him up close for a full season, and they're also only on the hook through the shortstop's age-33 season. If Correa's troublesome ankle doesn't turn out to be an issue, he could remain a Twin for another decade, as the contract also contains a vesting option for a further four years.
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  • Mets' Carlos Correa: To resume talks with Mets soon

    Correa and the Mets are slated to resume contract negotiations soon, Dan Martin of The New York Post reports. The two sides agreed to hit pause on talks over the holidays but are ready to start things up again now that we've reached the new year. At issue, of course, is the condition of Correa's surgically-repaired right ankle, an old injury which was flagged during physicals with the Giants and then the Mets. There seems to be optimism that the Mets and Correa will be able to work something out, although it's far from a guarantee.
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  • Mets' Carlos Correa: Deal with Mets not yet finalized

    The Mets have yet to formally announce Correa's signing after an issue cropped up during the star infielder's physical exam Thursday and Friday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. According to Heyman, the holdup in making Correa's 12-year, $315 million deal official is concern about the right ankle he had surgically repaired in 2014. The ankle issue is what originally prompted the Giants to back off from signing Correa to a previously agreed-upon 13-year, $350 million deal last week, which allowed the Mets to swoop in and come to terms with the 28-year-old. Though another team could theoretically re-enter negotiations with Correa, both his camp and the Mets are optimistic that a contract will be finalized coming out of the holiday. Assuming Correa ultimately puts pen to paper on a deal, he'll be installed as the Mets' everyday third baseman, allowing Francisco Lindor to continue playing shortstop.
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  • Mets' Carlos Correa: Spurns Giants, joins Mets in stunner

    Correa agreed Wednesday with the Mets on a 12-year, $315 million contract after his previous deal with the Giants fell through due to an unspecified issue that arose during his physical, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. A week ago, Correa and the Giants came to terms on a 13-year, $350 million contract that was expected to be formally announced Tuesday, but San Francisco elected to postpone the signing due to the medical concern. Because that deal with the Giants was never finalized, the Mets were able to swoop in and quickly come to terms with Correa, who loses an extra year and $35 million in the new pact yet still becomes the seventh player in MLB history to sign a free-agent contract worth north of $300 million. With two-time Gold Glove Award winner Francisco Lindor entrenched as the Mets' everyday shortstop, Correa has agreed to play third base and should quickly gain eligibility at the position early in the 2023 season. Correa won't benefit from much of an upgrade with the change from San Francisco's Oracle Park to New York's Citi Field since both ballparks have historically skewed more pitcher-friendly, but the 28-year-old should see a boost in his run and RBI projections while batting in the heart of a Mets lineup that would seem to be much stronger than the Giants', at least on paper.
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  • Giants' Carlos Correa: Physical reveals unspecified issues

    Correa's arrival press conference was put on hold Tuesday after a medical concern emerged during his physical, Ronald Blum of The Associated Press reports. Correa and the Giants agreed to a 13-year, $350 million deal last Tuesday, but the contract, like all contracts, was pending a physical. Correa's physical has indeed turned something up, though whether or not the issue is serious enough to cancel the deal or force the shortstop to accept reduced terms is not yet clear. Correa hasn't been a picture of health throughout his big-league career, landing on the injured list seven times in eight seasons, though he's appeared in 89 percent of his team's games over the last three seasons.
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  • Giants' Carlos Correa: Joins San Francisco for $350 million

    Correa agreed to a 13-year, $350 million contract with the Giants on Tuesday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. The 28-year-old turned down his $35.1 million player option with Minnesota for 2023 and cashed in on a megadeal with San Francisco. Correa had a .291/.366/.467 slash line with 22 home runs, 64 RBI and 70 runs in 136 games last season, which was good for a 140 wRC+. The deal includes no opt-out clause and full no-trade protection, per Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, so Correa will be in the Bay Area through the 2035 campaign, unless he approves of a potential trade destination.
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  • Carlos Correa: Headed for free agency

    Correa declined his $35.1 million player option for 2023 on Monday and has entered free agency. Last March, Correa signed a one-year, $35.1 million deal with the Twins that included player options for the same salary figures in 2023 and 2024. The player options gave Correa some extra security in the event he suffered a major injury or saw a dramatic downturn in performance, but he generally enjoyed good health in his lone season in Minnesota while slashing .291/.366/.467 with 22 home runs and 64 RBI across 590 plate appearances. The 28-year-old Correa should be one of the top players in this winter's free agency class and will likely try to secure a longer-term deal this time around.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Gets Wednesday off

    Correa is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the White Sox. Jermaine Palacios will fill in at shortstop while Correa gets a breather in the season finale. The 28-year-old holds a $35.1 million player option for 2023, but he may prefer to try his luck on the open market after a solid first season in Minnesota in which he hit .291 with 22 home runs, 64 RBI and 70 runs.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Mashes two-run homer

    Correa went 2-for-5 with a two-run home run in Friday's victory over the Tigers. Correa's two-run shot came in the seventh inning and sent Mark Contreras home. It was Correa's 22nd homer of the season, his seventh of the month, and his first since Sept. 15. The shortstop has found his stride at the end of the season, picking up hits in all but five out of 27 games in September and slashing .345/.405/.600. During the span of this month, Correa took his batting average from .269 to where it sits now at .287.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Day off Friday

    Correa isn't starting Friday against the Angels. Correa is in the midst of a five-game hitting streak in which he's gone 10-for-20 with a double, two RBI and a run, but he'll get a rare day off Friday. Jermaine Palacios is starting at shortstop and batting ninth.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Three hits, two RBI in loss

    Correa went 3-for-5 with two RBI in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Royals. Correa drove in a pair of runs with a second-inning single. That hit put the Twins ahead 3-0, but the Royals' offense was a bit stronger over the rest of the game. Over his last 17 games, Correa has been on a tear, going 29-for-72 (.403) with 10 extra-base hits, 15 RBI and 11 runs scored. The shortstop's surge has lifted his season slash line to .288/365/.467 with 21 home runs, 60 RBI, 66 runs scored, 20 doubles and a triple through 124 contests.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: On base three times in win

    Correa went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and two walks in Thursday's 3-2 win over Kansas City. Correa gave Minnesota an early lead with a solo shot off Daniel Lynch in the first inning. He walked twice in his final three plate appearances and has reached base multiple times in six of his past eight contests. Over that stretch, Correa is batting a robust .469 with five home runs and 11 RBI.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Reaches 20-homer mark

    Correa went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double and three total RBI in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Royals. Correa found his success against Royals lefty Kris Bubic, producing an RBI double in the third inning and a two-run homer in the fifth. The homer was Correa's 20th of the year, making this the sixth time in eight seasons the shortstop has reached that level. He's done it with a power surge lately, going yard five times through 11 games in September. The 27-year-old's added 57 RBI, 62 runs scored, 19 doubles and a triple while slashing .280/.357/.463 through 116 contests.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Homers in four-hit night

    Correa went 4-for-5 with a two-run home run for a total of four RBI and two runs scored in a 7-6 loss to the Guardians on Friday. Correa hit a big two-run homer in the eighth inning, which brought the Twins to within a run of their division rivals in a game with serious playoff implications. His blast was his 19th of the season and he is on pace for achieving the sixth 20-homer season of his career. Correa has been seeing the ball very well in September and is slashing .344/.400/.781 over eight games this month.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Two-run shot in win

    Correa went 2-for-5 with one double, one home run, two RBI and two runs scored in Sunday's victory over the White Sox. Correa broke the game open with a two-run homer in the fifth inning against Lucas Giolito. Correa also doubled and came around to score in the ninth to provide some insurance for the Twins. The homer was the 27-year-old's 16th on the season, and the double was his 17th. He is now slashing .270/.352/.434 in 466 plate appearances. The shortstop entered Sunday in a small 0-for-9 skid across his last three games.
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