Carlos Correa leaving Twins, agrees to deal w/ Giants
After one season with the Minnesota Twins, shortstop Carlos Correa has reportedly agreed to a 13-year, $350-million deal with the San Francisco Giants.
The report comes from ESPN baseball writer Jeff Passan.
Correa was the most expensive free agent signing in Twins franchise history, and becomes the highest-paid shortstop in Major League Baseball history.
Correa earned $35.1M during his lone season with the Twins, who were engaged in talks with him about a long term deal to remain in Minnesota.
5 EYEWITNESS SPORTS confirmed the Minnesota Twins offered Correa a 10-year deal worth $285 million, and a full no-trade clause.
National MLB beat writer Jon Heyman first reported the Twins offer.
Correa hit .291 with 22 home runs and 64 RBI over 136 appearances for the Twins during the 2022 season.