NEW YORK CITY – The New York Mets and Carlos Correa‘s agent are having discussions over the infielder’s physical days after comparable issues from the San Francisco Giants resulted in a collapse of their arrangement with All-Star.
The Mets have actually not yet settled a $315 million, 12-year agreement consented to previously in the week. Correa’s 2014 ankle injury and surgical treatment was a topic of conversations, an individual knowledgeable about the settlements stated, speaking with The Associated Press on condition of privacy due to the fact that no information were revealed. The conversation was initially reported by The Athletic.
Correa and the Mets consented to the offer Wednesday after the Giants wouldn’t go on with completing a $350 million, 13-year arrangement over issues about the injury, individuals knowledgeable about those settlements stated.
The Giants had actually set up a Tuesday press conference to reveal the offer, then chose that early morning to call it off. Correa’s representative, Scott Boras, then worked out the handle the Mets.
New York owner Steve Cohen verified the arrangement pending an effective physical in remarks to the New York Post.
Speaking Thursday after Carlos Rodon’s press conference at Yankees Stadium, Boras stated Correa was having his physical for the Mets that day.
AP source: Correa’s ankle topic of talks with Mets initially appeared on NBCSports.com