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    Why Carlos Correa signing with Scott Boras isn't necessarily bad news for Astros

    The Astros have had some success signing Scott Boras clients to big contracts.

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    Why Carlos Correa signing with Scott Boras isn't necessarily bad news for Astros

    The Astros have had some success signing Scott Boras clients to big deals

    Matt Young Jan. 19, 2022

    Scott Boras (left) will represent Carlos Correa as the Astros shortstop continues into free agency in 2022.

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    When Astros free agent shortstop Carlos Correa announced Tuesday night that he was changing agents and going with baseball super-agent Scott Boras to represent him, some Astros fans freaked out. Boras is a super-agent because he's known for getting the most money for his clients, and there's no doubt he'll try to do the same for Correa, who is seeking a contract somewhere in the range of 10 years and more than $300 million. However, what the freaked-out fans might not realize is the Astros have had success dealing with Boras and his clients.

    Boras represents three big-name Astros: Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman and Lance McCullers. The Astros were able to get both Altuve and McCullers to agree to long-term contracts through Boras, while Bregman signed his extension before hiring Boras.

    In 2018, Astros owner Jim Crane, general manager Jeff Luhnow and Boras all worked together to come up with the largest contract in franchise history: The five-year, $151 million contract extension for Altuve that will keep the second baseman in Houston through the 2024 season.

    Last offseason, the Astros and Boras worked together to get McCullers a five-year, $85 million contract extension a year before he was eligible to hit free agency.

    In 2019, the Astros gave Bregman a five-year, $100 million contract extension. Bregman hired Boras a year later when his former agent Brodie Scoffield joined Klutch Sports Group, which represents LeBron James and was founded by James' business partner Rich Paul. Perhaps not coincidentally, a week before Bregman dropped Scoffield in favor of Boras, James' media company Uninterrupted announced plans to produce a documentary about the Astros' sign-stealing scheme.

    Of course, Boras and Correa will be looking for an even bigger deal. Correa is aiming for a similar contract as Corey Seager, who also is represented by Boras and got a 10-year, $325 million deal from the Rangers in November. That could lead to a similar situation faced by another Boras client - Gerrit Cole. The ace righthander left the Astros after the 2019 season when the Yankees offered him a record-setting nine-year, $324 million contract. Cole's departure had less to do with Boras and more to do with the Astros' unwillingness to make such a hefty deal.

    Before McCullers, who is one of Correa's best friends, signed his contract extension, he spoke glowingly of Boras and said the agent gets a bad rap from fans.

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    "I know that you think of the big contracts and you think of Scott as someone who pushes for his guys. He genuinely loves the guys he represents, so he wants the best for them," McCullers told the Houston Chronicle's Chandler Rome last February.

    Correa hiring Boras doesn't necessarily mean he was unhappy with how his contract negotiations were going before the owners locked out the players Dec. 1. This is the second time Correa has switched agents in the past three years. In 2019, Correa left Greg Genske of the Legacy Agency to sign with Jon Rosen of the William Morris Endeavor agency. William Morris, known more for the work it does in Hollywood, was just breaking through in baseball, but that connection may be short-lived.

    According to The Athletic's Evan Drellich, the Major League Baseball Players Association recently warned William Morris agents that they could lose their certification after the company recently bought 10 minor league baseball teams, creating a conflict of interest.

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    Report: Twins sign Carlos Correa to three

    The Minnesota Twins have signed star shortstop Carlos Correa to a three-year, $105.3 million contract according to multiple reports.

    Report: Twins sign Carlos Correa to three-year, $105.3M contract

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    March 19, 2022, 1:54 AM

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    NEW YORK — Star shortstop Carlos Correa agreed early Saturday to a $105.3 million, three-year contract with the Minnesota Twins, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.

    The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the agreement was subject to a successful physical.

    The move ends Correa's seven-season tenure with the Houston Astros. He will earn $35.1 million annually under the deal and can opt out after the 2022 and 2023 seasons to become a free agent again.

    Correa picking the Twins was a surprise, given they have lost 18 consecutive postseason games and finished last in the AL Central a year ago at 73-89.

    His average salary becomes baseball's fourth-highest behind New York Mets pitcher Max Scherzer ($43.3 million), Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole ($36 million) and Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout ($35.5 million).

    A two-time All-Star who was the first pick in the 2012 amateur draft, Correa led the Astros' turnaround. Houston lost more than 100 games each year from 2011-13, then won its first World Series title by beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in seven games in 2017.

    The Astros went on to AL pennants and World Series losses in 2019 and last year, gaining infamy for their cheating scandal that was revealed after the 2019 season.

    Correa had a career-best 26 home runs last year to go along with a .279 batting average and 92 RBIs. He finished fifth in AL MVP voting and won his first Gold Glove. He has a .277 career average with 133 homers and 489 RBIs in seven major league seasons.

    Correa, the 2015 AL Rookie of the Year, also has been a stellar postseason performer with 18 homers and 59 RBIs in 79 games.

    Moving to the Twins will be a change for Correa and his family. His wife, the former Daniella Rodriguez, was Miss Texas USA in 2016.

    Minnesota has not been to the World Series since winning the 1991 title and has lost its last eight postseason series since beating Oakland in a 2002 AL Division Series.

    Correa has enjoyed great success in Minnesota as a visiting player, though. He has a .413 batting average (26 for 63) at Target Field with five homers and 20 RBIs in 15 games. His 1.205 OPS is his highest at any ballpark where he's played four or more games.

    Since the end of the lockout, the Twins acquired right-hander Sonny Gray from Cincinnati and catcher Gary Sanchez and third baseman Gio Urshela from the New York Yankees.

    Before the work stoppage, Minnesota signed pitcher Dylan Bundy to a $5 million, one-year deal.

    Combined with Nick Castellanos' $100 million, five-year agreement with Philadelphia late Friday night, Correa's deal was the 14th since the World Series of nine figures.

    Six of those were negotiated by agent Scott Boras, at a total of $1.0173 billion. In addition to agreements for Correa and Castellanos, he negotiated contracts for Corey Seager ($325 million) and Marcus Semien ($175 million) with Texas, Kris Bryant with Colorado ($182 million) and Scherzer with the New York Mets ($130 million).

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    7 HRS AGO

    I hate Opt Out contracts and this one includes an opt out for the first two years of the deal? Something tells me Twins fans are about to get screwed.

    6 HRS AGO

    No point in paying to watch this nonsense. Fans are the only ones being fooled by this industry, including me posting.

    11 HRS AGO

    So Correa turns down 32 million a year for 5 years with a team drafted developed won and with him easily win the west. But takes a 3 year contract for 35 million plus with player opt out first 2 years. Talk about a sweet deal if he has an off year or two, doesn’t matter still gets paid over paid actually. But has year like Semien opt out and sign forwhat 5x38-40 million. Crazy money it makes me wonder what these guys were arguing about. Especially the top paid 100 that make half the money, they seemed the most militant as all 8 executives on the PA board voted against this agreement. It’s the player agents that feed the ego of the top 100(hello Scott Boras) to keep setting the bar higher. That’s the agents job of course. But I read not sure if it’s true but it said that Boras makes a 100 million a year. Crazy money, it would be nice if the Baseball world, Owners and Players put a freeze on increasing what it cost to go to a game. Just freeze ticket prices beer, food, gear all of it. They talk about building back trust with fans, well if they showed with wallets instead of blah blah blah, never gonna happen but it should with most people disposable income less than was since before covid began, it would an awesome gesture.

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    Carlos Correa Contract Details, Salaries, & Earnings

    Carlos Correa contract details, salary breakdowns, payroll salaries, bonuses, career earnings, market value, transactions and statistics.

    Carlos Correa

    MINNESOTA TWINS SHORTSTOP

    Age:

    27-185d

    Exp:

    6.119 Years

    Bat/Throw:

    Right/Right

    Drafted:

    Round 1 (#1 overall), 2012

    College:

    Puerto Rico Baseball Academy

    Agent(s):

    (Boras Corporation)

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    Current Contract

    Carlos Correa signed a 3 year / $105,300,000 contract with the Minnesota Twins, including $105,300,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $35,100,000. In 2022, Correa will earn a base salary of $35,100,000, while carrying a total salary of $35,100,000.

    Contract:

    3 yr(s) / $105,300,000

    Signing Bonus - Average Salary $35,100,000 Free Agent: 2025 / UFA

    YEAR   AGE STATUS BASE SALARY LUXURY TAX SALARY PAYROLL SALARY ADJUSTED SALARY YEARLY CASH

    2022 27 $35,100,000 $35,100,000 $35,100,000 $35,100,000

    $35,100,000 ($35,100,000)

    2023 28 $35,100,000 $35,100,000 $35,100,000

    $35,100,000 ($70,200,000)

    2024 29 $35,100,000 $35,100,000 $35,100,000

    $35,100,000 ($105,300,000) 2025 30 UFA

    Player opt-out available after 2022 & 2023

    2022: limited no-trade clause

    2023 & 2024: full no-trade clause

    Sources: MLB contract specifics generally collected from Baseball Prospectus & Rotoworld.

    Previous Contracts

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    2021-2021 Contract:

    1 yr(s) / $11,700,000

    Signing Bonus - Average Salary $11,700,000 Free Agent: 2022 / UFA 2020-2020 Contract:

    1 yr(s) / $8,000,000

    Signing Bonus - Average Salary $8,000,000 Free Agent: 2022 / UFA 2019-2019 Contract:

    1 yr(s) / $5,000,000

    Signing Bonus - Average Salary $5,000,000 Free Agent: 0 / UFA 2018-2018 Contract:

    1 yr(s) / $1,000,000

    Signing Bonus - Average Salary $1,000,000 Free Agent: 0 / UFA 2017-2017 Contract: 1 yr(s) / $535,000 Signing Bonus - Average Salary $535,000 Free Agent: 2022 / UFA 2016-2016 Contract: 1 yr(s) / $516,700 Signing Bonus - Average Salary $516,700 Free Agent: 0 / UFA 2015-2015 Contract: 1 yr(s) / $507,500 Signing Bonus - Average Salary $507,500 Free Agent: 0 / UFA

    2012-2012SIGNING BONUS

    Contract:

    1 yr(s) / $4,800,000

    Signing Bonus - Average Salary $4,800,000 Free Agent: 0 / UFA

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