I’ve got a hunch that I’m gonna break Correa a big money FA

I’ve got a hunch that I’m gonna break Correa a big money FA overnight in Minnesota, but I’m hurt


Shortstop Carlos Correa (28), who was recruited by the Minnesota Twins as an FA at a huge cost, suffered an unexpected injury. Now I have a feeling, but there is a possibility that I will leave due to a sudden injury.

Corea started as the second batter shortstop in an away game against the Baltimore Orioles in the 2022 Major League Baseball at Camden Yaz in Baltimore Oriole Park, Maryland, on the 6th (Korea Standard Time), but was replaced by an injury in the 7th inning. In the seventh inning, Baltimore pitcher Brian Baker hit his right middle finger while swinging on the third high ball.

According to MLB.com, Correa will return to Minnesota on the 7th to check the exact condition of her fingers through a CT scan. It is known to have a possible fracture, which is a bolt from the blue for Minnesota. If it is a non-converted fracture, surgery is not necessary, but it is difficult to avoid registering the injured list of injured people. A vacuum is inevitable for the time being.

Corea, who was a former American League Rookie of the Year in 2015, received two All-Stars and one Gold Glove, and led the Houston Astros to win the World Series in 2017, was the biggest FA fish last winter. Although the contract was late due to the closure of the workplace, he signed a surprise contract with Minnesota in mid-March for three years and $15.3 million.

It wasn’t an ultra-long, large-scale contract, but the annual average is $35.1 million, more than the same shortstop Corey Seager, who signed a 10-year, $325 million contract with the Texas Rangers. It also added an opt-out clause that allows him to become an FA after every season 토토사이트

But the start in Minnesota was not good. In the first 16 games of the season, he had 10 hits in 60 at-bats, a .167 batting average, one home run, and three RBIs. In the last eight games, he has rebounded with 14 hits in 34 at-bats, a batting average of .412, one home run, and eight RBIs, but his sudden injury has put the brakes on him.

Correa’s performance in 24 games so far is not up to his reputation and ransom of OPS.692, with a batting average of .255 in 94 at-bats, but Minnesota is ranked first in the AL Central District (15 wins and 11 losses) thanks to good pitching by center fielder Byron Buxton. In the absence of Corea, a call-up of Royce Lewis, an infield prospect who is active in Triple-A, is being mentioned as a strong candidate

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