Carlos Correa agrees to $200M deal with Twins after Mets talks


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The Mets’ Carlos Correa deal has gone up in smoke.

Correa is instead returning to the Minnesota Twins, The Post’s Jon Heyman reported Tuesday afternoon. The 28-year-old shortstop is getting a six-year, $200 million contract from the Twins and can also get four more vesting years with an additional $70 million.

Carlos Correa is set to return to the Twins for $200 million.
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The Mets raised concerns about Correa’s surgically repaired right ankle following a 12-year, $315 million agreement.

Correa initially struck a deal with the Giants for 13 years and $350 million, but that deal fell apart because San Francisco had the same concern about Correa’s ankle.

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