Confession of Corea’s miserable feelings “Every doctor said different things, it was shocking”
Infielder Carlos Correa (29), who returned to the Minnesota Twins, revealed his feelings.
Correa attended a press conference after the contract was announced on the 12th (Korean time).
At this meeting, Corea revealed her miserable feelings. He said, “After the surgery (due to an ankle problem), I have never missed a game, and I have never been treated. It was shocking. (After the contract was canceled) I trained normally, such as fungo, batting, and running.”
He continued, “The important thing is that I am here (Minnesota). I will represent the city. I will prove it the right way.”
Correa was one of the most watched free agents of the offseason. He was a top-notch shortstop with stable defense and excellent offense. After the 2022 season ended, he declared an opt-out and came out on the free agency market, and many teams showed interest.
His choice was the San Francisco Giants. He succeeded in signing a contract worth 350 million dollars (approximately 437.5 billion won) in 13 years, and embraced the largest contract ever for a major league infielder. But one problem arose. When he was playing in the minor leagues, he had problems with the medical test due to his history of ankle surgery. As a result, his contract was canceled three hours before the initiation ceremony was held.스포츠토토
Correa, who failed to go to San Francisco, reported that he had agreed with the New York Mets for 12 years and 315 million dollars (approximately 393.7 billion won) within a day. However, this time the contract was also cancelled. Correa failed the medical test once again. In the end, he turned around and signed a six-year contract with Minnesota for a total of 200 million dollars (about 248.5 billion won).
Correa was shocked because she failed the medical test twice.
“One thing I’ve learned through this process is that different doctors say different things. A lot of doctors have told me it’s fine, but I’ve also met a few doctors who say it’s not good,” he said. came as a shock,” he said.