Hold That $300M Deal: 2nd Team Doubts MLB Star’s Health

  • Star shortstop Carlos Correa’s future remains up in the air despite getting two $300 million contract offers in the space of a week.
  • The New York Mets became the second Major League Baseball team to agree to a deal of more than $300 million with Correa, only to raise concerns about his health after administering a physical.
  • Last week Correa had agreed to a 13-year, $350 million contract with the San Francisco Giants, but the team’s doctors red-flagged a medical issue.
  • Correa quickly pivoted to the Mets, getting a 12-year, $315 million offer. But now the Mets also have raised concerns about a medical issue, apparently related to Correa’s lower right leg.

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