Correas

Mets consulted doctor who first refused at Carlos Correa's ankle: 'He wouldn't pass me by'

Mets consulted doctor who first refused at Carlos Correa’s ankle: ‘He wouldn’t pass me by’

The Mets consulted with the same doctor who provided the Giants with a negative assessment about the issue of Carlos Correa’s right ankle and caused San Francisco to back out of a $350 million deal with Correa before the Mets pulled their own $315 million agreement with the star free agent shortstop. The sources confirmed …

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Huge stars Steve Cohen can chase after Carlos Correa's disappointment

Huge stars Steve Cohen can chase after Carlos Correa’s disappointment

Way back when Carlos Correa only agreed to one huge deal—the Giants’ $350 million, 13-year deal—Mets owner Steve Cohen was lamenting to The Post about losing Correa (the first time), and said, “There will always be a free agent.” else “. A few days later, it looked like that free agent might be Correa. But …

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Why Carlos Correa's free agency was a mess of unfinished deals, second-guess owners and old injuries

Why Carlos Correa’s free agency was a mess of unfinished deals, second-guess owners and old injuries

Although it has been more than two weeks since star player Carlos Correa reached an agreement with the New York Mets on a 12-year, $315 million deal, the two sides are yet to finalize the agreement. It is suspected that the filibuster stemmed from concerns the Mets had about Corea’s lower right leg. Mets and …

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Carlos Correa's camp has been in contact with at least one other team after talks with the Mets fell through

Carlos Correa’s camp has been in contact with at least one other team after talks with the Mets fell through

Carlos Correa’s camp renewed contact with at least another interested team or two outside the Mets on Thursday as negotiations over proposed contract language changes in the agreed-upon $315 million, 12-year deal hit at least a snag or two. There’s been a decent two-week hope that Correa and the Mets can finalize the agreement, with …

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