MLB: Predictions tell the odds the Yankees have to sign Carlos Correa

Carlos Correa He is the most prominent shortstop in the free agency of this year. Multiple teams would be interested in taking over their services for the 2023 Season of MLB but only one will get it. The New York Yankees They have been involved in rumors that they will go for the Puerto Rican and therefore the predictions have already made known chances they have to sign it in this off-season.

The New York Yankees have once again found themselves linked to Carlos Correa as word has emerged that they would be in contention to sign him out of free agency this offseason.

According to DraftKings predictions, the Bronx are in sixth place in possibilities to sign him with an odds of +750, below organizations like the Cubs, Cardinals, Twins, Phillies and Giants.

The ‘Mules’ have internal options for shortstop like Oswaldo Cabrera, Oswald Perazay Gleyber Torres. However, adding a figure like the Puerto Rican would give an extra to his lineup for the next season.

Carlos Correa decided to get out of his contract with the Minnesota Twins at the end of the 2022 MLB Season. This would have been with the intention of obtaining a larger economic amount.

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MLB: Predictions tell the odds the Yankees have to sign Carlos Correa