Former Mets 136-win pitcher, Why did you expect Correa to sign a contract worth 401.9 billion won? “A feeling that money cannot buy”

American media SNY said on the 5th (Korean time), “The Mets had a great offseason. They lost Jacob deGrom, Chris Bassit and Taijuan Walker, but they re-signed Edwin Dias and Brandon Nemo and brought in Justin Verlander, Jose Quintana and Senga Kodai. 메이저사이트The most important signing was agreeing to a contract with Correa.”

The Mets, now owned by Wall Street rich Steve Cohen, aggressively recruited players this winter. The Mets, which started to reinforce their strength, marked the stove league this time by agreeing to an 11-year, 315 million dollar (approximately 401.9 billion won) contract with shortstop Correa.

However, Correa, whose contract with San Francisco (12 years, $350 million) was canceled, is at a standstill in the Mets due to concerns about injury raised after the medical test. The prevailing prospect is that a deal will eventually be concluded, but negotiations have been sluggish so far.

Pitcher Darling, who played for the Mets from 1983 to 1991 and recorded 136 major league wins and serves as an SNY commentator, said, “I think Carlos Correa is a complete player. He is now 28 years old and is currently in his prime. When I saw him playing in Houston, he was incredibly strong in clutch situations in the postseason,” he said, adding that the Mets should sign Correa.

“He is an excellent player on both offense and defense,” said Darling. “He is as good at batting as he is at defense. He can also be a team leader and he has a presence that money can’t buy. The presence he brings to the team and locker room is incredible. If he can get a deal done, he’ll be the focus this offseason,” he said of the effect of acquiring Correa.