As it happened with the Chicago Cubs this year, but with a more attenuated effect, the Houston Astros are facing a possible total disarmament of their core champion of World Series, since after the departure of George Springer This past offseason, they have another two looming free agents in Justin Verlander and Carlos Correa, whose future in MLB is still uncertain. However, it seems that at least the Puerto Rican already has his defined.
Being one of the great shortstop who will be in the free agent market alongside Corey Seager and Trevor Story, Carlos Correa mentioned to The Athletic newspaper that he wants to win a World Series this year, as it will be his last with the Houston Astros.
This is my last year with the Astros. Let’s hope to win another championship and I can leave this organization with two rings.
At the beginning of the season, the Houston Astros had offered him an extension of around 200 million dollars, which the Puerto Rican rejected and there have been no approaches between the management and Correa, so the silence only confirmed what has already been knew: The shortstop will leave the organization.