Billionaire’s Pride Wounds Will Metz Otani Machado Heal Heal?
The recruitment of Carlos Correa (29), who was spearheaded by the billionaire owner, was eventually canceled after boring negotiations. The ambitious dream of bringing a superstar and creating a super-luxury club has come to nothing. Fans are also disappointed. But what the Mets have is money. Money can heal wounded pride again.
Correa heads back to Minnesota. Local media in the U.S. reported on the 11th (Korea Standard Time) that Minnesota and Corea signed a six-year, $200 million contract.
Correa, who signed a three-year, $153 million FA contract last year, played for Minnesota for only one year and declared an opt-out, and was valued again in the FA market.
At the end of last year, he agreed to a 13-year, $350 million mega-contract with the San Francisco Giants. The Corea transfer seemed to end in a bland manner. However, medical tests have caught up. San Francisco looked at the results of the medical test just before the joining ceremony and began to contemplate, and the contract was in an atmosphere of failure.
At this time, Mets owner Steve Cohen and agent Scott Boras urgently contacted each other, completing a new 12-year, $315 million contract. However, the trip to the Mets did not take place either. In 2014, he took issue with the iron core planted in the area where he suffered a fracture of the right nasal bone and ligament damage, and became an obstacle to a long-term contract. Since then, the two sides have continued tight negotiations for about three weeks, but failed to reach an agreement.
In the end, Minnesota, which made a 10-year, $285 million offer after the opt-out, had a chance again and signed a contract that included a besting option. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, his annual salary for six years is $36 million, $36 million, $36 million, $31.5 million, $30.5 million, and $30 million.
If the besting option (4 years) is implemented, it will be a 10-year $270 million contract. According to John Heyman, you can meet your 502 at-bats in the final year of your six-year contract. The annual salary for seven to ten years (total $70 million) is $25 million, $20 million, $15 million, and $10 million, respectively 토토
Mets billionaire owner Cohen longed for Correa. No other club has paid as much as the Mets and Cohen this winter. But I needed the last shot and tried to fill it with Corea. However, he faced a variable of physical condition in the long-term contract, and the owner of the club could not disobey the will of the working-level staff.
But the Mets need to find cool again. USA Today, a U.S. national media outlet, said, “Let’s look for a moment of coolness. The team, which has already won 101 games, has spent a considerable $451 million on recruiting outfielder Brandon Nemo, closer Edwin Diazer, starters Justin Verlander, Senga Godai and Jose Quintana,’ he explained.
However, he explained that there is no player with a presence like Corea. “None of them is like Corea, who has won five to seven games to the team more than four of their six full-time seasons,” he said adding, “Now they have to watch how well promising Brett Barty is in the Major League and give faith to third baseman Eduardo Escobar.”
Mets fans may be disappointed with Cohen, who seemed to be able to solve everything with money. The media said, “Most importantly, Mets fans should accept that Cohen, estimated at $17 billion, is at its limit.” Both Cohen and fans have confirmed that money is not the best thing in medical records.
But the Mets predicted they would be after another superstar. The media said, ‘The anxiety of missing Corea can be forgotten a year later. If we successfully target Ohtani Shohei (LA Angels) or Manny Machado (San Diego) in the FA market, we will be able to forget the mysteries of the Corea negotiations,’ he explained.
Otani, who is also pitching and hitting, will qualify as a free agent at the end of this year. It is already predicted that contracts worth more than $500 million will be possible. Machado, San Diego’s leader and MVP-class third baseman, signed a 10-year, $300 million contract in 2019, but he can return to the market with an opt-out at the end of this season 토토사이트