Ahead of this season, the San Francisco 토토사이트 Giants decided to acquire Carlos Correa for 13 years and 350 million dollars (approximately 460 billion won).

However, problems arose as a result of the physical examination, and he was unable to reach a formal contract.

Correa’s agent, Scott Boras, quickly attempted to sign with the New York Mets.

The Mets also agreed to sign him, but gave up on Correa when the physical test showed the same result.

Eventually, Correa signed a six-year, $200 million contract with the Minnesota Twins.

Bay Area NBC Sports said on the 12th (hereinafter Korean time) that San Francisco gave up Correa and saved 466 billion won, which was a good thing. This is because Correa’s performance this season is below expectations.

According to NBC Sports, Correa has 14 homers, 53 RBIs and a career-low OPS+ of 91 in 409 plate appearances. Offensive slashes are 0.227/0.300/0.399/.696.

Correa has the 11th highest salary this season ($33.3 million), but his WAR is only 1.0 and ranks 324th overall in MLB. That he is doing a ransom of just 11.3 million dollars.

His .696 OPS is 36 points below league average (.732) and 125 points below career average (.821). Correa is also extremely poor at 0.212 in scoring position batting average.

NBC Sports concluded that San Francisco had been aggressive for years in their pursuit of a superstar and seemed to have finally landed one last winter, but based on Correa’s performance this season, he dodged a very expensive bullet.

Meanwhile, Correa hit his 15th home run on the 13th. His batting average also rose slightly to 0.230.

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