The season starts in the MLB on April 1st and for some players and teams that date is longer than the start of the season. In fact, it is the “deadline” for negotiations with some future free agents.
My colleague Mark-Oliver Cook mentioned in a recent article that negotiations between Carlos Correa and the Houston Astros have stalled.
Moreover, Jared Garabis believes this offer is an insult to a talented player from Korea.
Houston paid $ 120 million for its defense over six years.
In short, today, negotiations have resumed as both camps try to finish the cup before the start of the 2021 season.
With the exception of Francisco Linder, Carlos Korea is the only shortcut in serious negotiations with his team. Javier Pace, Corey Caesar and Trevor Story will become free agents if they are not familiar with their respective groups.
If Korea extends its contract in Houston, it will be very bad news for Quebec Abraham Toro. Of course, if Korea goes under the other skies, Alex Breckman could go to the crossroads, and the move of those staff will open the door to the third pad Toro. Everything indicates that he still has to wait for his turn.
But after George Springer moved to Toronto, I think the Astros are taking Korea’s case very seriously; They especially don’t want to miss a big part for the second year in a row.
It remains to be seen whether Houston will give Korea the value it deserves. This helped the organization to win its first World Series in 2017.
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