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Carlos Correa makes his Minnesota Twins debut on Sunday afternoon as his team takes on the Boston Red Sox in spring training.
Correa signed with Minnesota in a relative surprise to the baseball community, as the top-rated free agent entered the offseason expecting a contract north of $350 million, and for a deal lasting a decade or perhaps longer.
Instead, the Twins signed Correa to a three-year deal — one that will make him the highest-paid infielder in baseball — which has two opt outs. It’s a win-win for both sides, as it gives Minnesota one of the best players in all of baseball, and perhaps allows Correa to retest the free agent market should he choose.
Twins vs Red Sox: How to watch Carlos Correa’s spring debut
Date: Sunday, March 27
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: Fort Myers, FL
Venue: Hammond Stadium
TV Info: NESN, Bally Sports North, MLBTV
Live Stream: fuboTV in local areas, sportsurge
Twins lineup: Carlos Correa spring debut
The Minnesota lineup — even in what amounts to just another spring training game — is loaded with talent.
- Byron Buxton
- Jorge Polanco
- Carlos Correa
- Max Kepler
- Miguel Sano
- Alex Kirilloff
- Gary Sanchez
- Gio Urshela
- Ryan Jeffers
Carlos Correa contract
Correa’s contract is for three years and $105 million. It could backfire quickly on Minnesota should Correa opt out after the first season.