Carlos Correa

SS · Minnesota Twins

Bats R Throws R
Height 6'4" Weight 215
DOB 1994-09-22 Age 28.5
Hometown Ponce, Puerto Rico
2023 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 8.13, 118th

Season Projections

THE BAT$171446195467714728122756312219.700.269.347.445.792.176

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Carlos Correa Leaves Camp For Birth Of Child

    Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa has left the team's spring training camp for the birth of his second son, Kenzo. Correa shouldn't be away from the team for more than a few days. The 28-year-old had a very eventful offseason, almost landing two giant free-agent deals with the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets before returning to the Twins. Long-term medical issues aside, he remains a solid four-category contributor for fantasy managers. You can basically rule out steals with Correa at this point in his career. It would have been nice to see what he could have done in a stacked Mets lineup in 2023, but fantasy managers will have to settle for his production in Minnesota. RotoBaller has Correa ranked as the No. 15 fantasy shortstop.

    Mar 9 · Source via Twins Carlos Correa
  • Carlos Correa To Make Spring Debut On Wednesday

    Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa is set to make his Grapefruit League debut on Wednesday, according to manager Rocco Baldelli. The 28-year-old hasn't been dealing with any injuries, but the team has been cautious with him after his offseason saga. Correa agreed to long term deals with both the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets before the deals ultimately fell apart due to concerns about his ankle during physicals. The Twins don't appear to be concerned after offering Correa a huge deal this offseason. The expectation is that Correa is going to be fully healthy heading into the regular season.

    Feb 28 · Source via Twins Carlos Correa
  • Twins To Rotate At Designated Hitter

    Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said the team expects to use multiple players at designated hitter this year. It wouldn't be surprising to see the Twins use the spot to give players such as Byron Buxton, Carlos Correa, Jorge Polanco and Jose Miranda a day off from the field. Luis Arraez made a team-high 38 appearances at DH in 2022, with Buxton (35), Gary Sanchez (33) and Miranda (20) also splitting time in the spot. Arraez and Sanchez are no longer with the team. The Twins also have a wealth of left-handed-hitting corner outfielders, so they could use the DH spot to keep some of those bats in their everyday lineup.

    Feb 21 · Source via Twins Byron Buxton Carlos Correa Jose Miranda Jorge Polanco
  • Carlos Correa Withdraws From World Baseball Classic

    Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa has withdrawn from the 2023 World Baseball Classic after making a joint decision with the Twins. Correa's wife is due with the couple's second child the same week that Puerto Rico opens play in the WBC, and the Twins don't want Correa juggling family and the WBC. The 28-year-old agreed to long-term deals with both the Giants and Mets this offseason before those deals ultimately fell apart due to concerns about his ankle during the physical. Outside of stolen bases, Correa should remain a strong contributor at the shortstop position for fantasy managers in 2023. He doesn't have the kind of upside he had in Houston, though, and his long-term prognosis could be shaky if his health deteriorates quickly.

    Feb 6 · Source via Twins Carlos Correa
  • Carlos Correa Passes Physical With Twins

    Shortstop Carlos Correa has passed his physical with the Minnesota Twins, and the team is expected to officially announce their six-year, $200 million deal with the 28-year-old on Wednesday. Correa's physical was a big deal after both the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets backed out of big deals with him due to concerns over a surgery that he had on a fractured right fibula back in 2014 when he was in the minors. The Twins signed Correa to a one-year, $35.1 million deal in 2022, so they were likely more comfortable with his medical records. If Correa remains healthy well into his new deal, he could stick with the Twins for up to 10 seasons due to vesting options that could net him an additional $70 million.

    Jan 11 · Source via Twins Carlos Correa
  • Twins, Carlos Correa Finalizing A Six-Year Deal

    The Minnesota Twins and free-agent shortstop Carlos Correa are finalizing a six-year, $200 million deal on Tuesday, according to sources. The deal has a vesting option that can max out at $270 million and is pending a physical. This will be the third deal that Correa has agreed to this offseason, previously coming to terms with the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets before both teams backed out due to concerns about an ankle injury that Correa sustained in the minor leagues. However, the Twins are more familiar with the 28-year-old after he played for them in 2022. In the end, the Twins may have a bargain on their hands if Correa's body holds up beyond the next six seasons. Correa hit a strong .291/.366/.467 with 22 home runs last season in Minnesota. His likely return will afford Royce Lewis (knee) more time to heal from a torn ACL, and he'll eventually return to the outfield when he's healthy.

    Jan 10 · Source via Twins Carlos Correa
  • Carlos Correa, Twins Talks Accelerate

    The Athletic's Dan Hayes and Ken Rosenthal reported Monday that contract talks between the Minnesota Twins and free agent shortstop Carlos Correa have begun to accelerate. 19 days have passed since the New York Mets reached an agreement with Correa for 12 years, $315 million. This deal was never officially agreed to after concerns arose from Correa's physical exam. The Mets became involved in talks with Correa after a similar agreement between him and the San Francisco Giants fell through due to injury concerns. The 28-year-old opted out of his three-year, $105.3 million contract with the Twins at the end of the 2022 season and declined the 10-year, $285 million offer they made this offseason. Correa will be a fantasy asset regardless of where he signs, but his landing spot is still very much up in the air.

    Jan 10 · Source via Twins Carlos Correa
  • Steve Cohen Confident To Make Carlos Correa Decision Soon

    The negotiations between the New York Mets and shortstop Carlos Correa are spiraling as the concerns regarding Correa's physical remain a roadblock. The two parties have been in extensive discussions for over two weeks since the 12-year $315 million signing. Earlier on Sunday, Steve Cohen told Mets YouTuber Tyler Ward that the team would have a resolution for Correa soon. Most of the negotiation involves the $315 million contract, which the Mets believe should be re-evaluated. However, it appears that Correa is unwilling to lower the value of his contract, which only inclined his agent Scott Boras to reach out to another team. If the two parties depart, this would be the second time Correa's deal fell through this offseason due to his physical.

    Jan 8 · Source via Mets Carlos Correa
  • Reports: Mets "Frustrated" By Correa Negotiations; Twins Have Rejoined Bidding

    With the 12-year agreement between the Mets and Carlos Correa still in limbo, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports that the Twins have not only jumped back into the mix for Correa but have emerged as a legitimate candidate to re-sign him (Twitter link, with audio, via MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM). SNY’s Andy Martino,…

    Jan 7 · MLB Trade Rumors Twins Mets Carlos Correa
  • Mets Could Walk Away From Carlos Correa

    The New York Mets have grown "very frustrated" in their negotiations with free-agent shortstop Carlos Correa over the past few days and are now considering walking away altogether, according to a source with direct knowledge of the team's thinking. In the end, the Mets and Correa believed they had a strong chance of reaching an agreement, but the deal is at an inflection point. On Dec. 21, the Mets and Correa agreed to a 12-year, $315 million deal, but his physical later revealed long-term concerns about a previous ankle injury. The two sides have been in constant communication since then, but they haven't been able to agree on new contract language that would protect the Mets from risks associated with the injury. Correa's camp has also reached out to other teams, so there's no telling where he may end up now. Stay tuned.

    Jan 6 · Source via Mets Carlos Correa
  • Carlos Correa Talking To Other Teams

    Free-agent shortstop Carlos Correa's representatives have renewed contact with at least another interested team or two beyond the New York Mets on Thursday as negotiations with the Mets over proposed contract language changes in the agreed-upon 12-year, $315 million deal ran into at least a couple hiccups. Two weeks into discussions with the Mets have led agent Scott Boras to check in with other teams. The Minnesota Twins, who know Correa best and offered close to $285 million over 10 years, were one of the teams in contact with Boras. The San Francisco Giants, the team that originally agreed to a huge deal with Correa this offseason, could be the other team in contact with Boras. "Ultimately, I don't think Mr. Cohen is going to let him go," one Mets official said.

    Jan 5 · Source via Carlos Correa
  • Mets Gaining Momentum Toward Deal With Carlos Correa

    The New York Mets and the representatives for free-agent shortstop Carlos Correa continue to negotiate contract details after the team cited an issue with his physical following the 12-year, $315 million agreement in hopes of finally getting something done. It's been more than two weeks since Correa and the Mets initially agreed on a deal. There are no assurances at this point, but Correa's agent Scott Boras appears to only be talking with the Mets now, fueling the belief that a new deal is likely to get done with the Mets. The terms (12 years, $315 million) may be unlikely to change much, if at all, but the Mets have made it clear they are intent on diminishing their risk via important language additions and/or alterations. A surgery that Correa had on his ankle in 2014 while in the minors is what has come into question, although he hasn't had issues with the specific injury in his time in the majors.

    Jan 5 · Source via Mets Carlos Correa
  • Mets, Carlos Correa Deal Expected To Look "Dramatically Different"

    The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported Tuesday that while he assumes a deal between the New York Mets and free agent shortstop Carlos Correa will get resolved this week, the terms of the initial 12-year, $315 million contract are expected to look "dramatically different". The Mets announced the deal in December after Correa and the Giants' 13-year, $350 million deal was called off due to medical concerns related to Correa having arthroscopic surgery in 2014 to fix a fractured fibula and minor ligament damage. These same concerns have since arisen for the Mets, preventing the announced deal from becoming official. "It's not going to be 12 years, $315 [million] guaranteed," Rosenthal said. The 28-year-old has not missed any time related to the concerning injury recently in his career.

    Jan 4 · Source via Mets Carlos Correa
  • Talks Expected To Pick Up Between Mets, Carlos Correa

    Contract talks are expected to pick up again between the New York Mets and free-agent shortstop Carlos Correa, and there is still a belief that there's a good chance he ends up with the Mets despite the team's concerns over his surgically repaired ankle. San Francisco Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi told reporters last Friday that the Giants were among teams to follow up with Correa's camp. Correa and the Giants agreed to a 13-year, $350 million deal before the Giants called it off due to medical concerns. Then the Mets agreed to a 12-year, $315 million deal with Correa before having their own concerns over an injury that stemmed from Correa having arthroscopic surgery in 2014 to fix a fractured fibula and minor ligament damage. The 28-year-old has missed 42 games in the last three years, but for nothing related to his ankle injury.

    Jan 3 · Source via Mets Carlos Correa
    2023 ATC$171446195448114829124776412219.701.272.351.461.812.189
    2023 Steamer$181446445638715331124796712319.111.272.352.458.810.186
    2023 THE BAT$171446195467714728122756312219.700.269.347.445.792.176
    2023 Zeile$171436155438214929123766212019.511.274.351.459.810.185

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

    Fielding Stats

    Mar 30at KCW 2-055010000000.


    Apr 8vs SEAL 1-244010000000.
    Apr 9vs SEAL 3-4430000001375.
    Apr 10vs SEAW 10-4551100110240.
    Apr 11vs SEAW 4-0441000000250.
    Apr 12vs LADL 2-733022000000.000.667.6671.3332.000.666
    Apr 15at BOSW 8-4532000002120.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 16at BOSL 0-4440000000375.
    Apr 17at BOSL 1-8440000000250.
    Apr 18at BOSW 8-3541200001120.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Apr 19at KCL 3-454010001100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 20at KCL 0-2440100000125.
    Apr 21at KCW 1-0440100000125.
    Apr 22vs CWSW 2-1440100010125.
    Apr 23vs CWSW 9-2421000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 26vs DETW 5-4440000000375.
    Apr 27vs DETW 5-0440000000125.
    Apr 28vs DETW 7-155131003000.000.600.600.8001.400.200
    Apr 29at TBL 1-644020001000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 30at TBW 9-1552300010240.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    May 1at TBW 9-354220000100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 2at BALW 2-1440100010125.
    May 3at BALW 7-255022000000.000.400.400.8001.200.400
    May 4at BALL 4-9441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    May 5at BALL 3-543000000000.
    May 18at OAKW 14-454221001100.000.500.600.7501.350.250
    May 20at KCW 6-4541100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 21at KCW 9-255021002000.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    May 22at KCW 7-621000000100.000.000.500.000.500.000
    May 23vs DETW 5-444110000000.
    May 24vs DETW 2-0430110011125.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    May 25vs DETL 2-4550210000240.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    May 26vs KCL 2-3550200000240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    May 27vs KCW 10-7651100111116.700.200.333.8001.133.600
    May 28vs KCL 3-7550300000240.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    May 29vs KCW 7-3550000000240.
    Jun 8vs NYYW 8-1432100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 9vs NYYL 7-10541200111120.000.500.6001.2501.850.750
    Jun 10vs TBW 9-455231012000.000.600.6001.4002.000.800
    Jun 12vs TBL 0-643020000100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Jun 13at SEAW 3-2540100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Jun 14at SEAL 0-5440200000250.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jun 15at SEAW 5-0551110010120.
    Jun 17at ARIL 2-7440000000125.
    Jun 18at ARIW 11-1552200010240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 19at ARIL 1-7440000000125.
    Jun 21vs CLEL 5-6550110000120.
    Jun 22vs CLEL 10-11552200220120.000.400.4001.6002.0001.200
    Jun 23vs CLEW 1-0440300000125.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    Jun 24vs COLL 0-144010000000.
    Jun 25vs COLW 6-0441100000125.
    Jun 26vs COLW 6-3331100010133.300.333.250.333.583.000
    Jun 27at CLEW 11-1441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 28at CLEL 2-3431100111125.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jun 28at CLEW 6-052100000300.000.000.600.000.600.000
    Jun 29at CLEL 6-711110001000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Jun 30at CLEL 3-5431100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 1vs BALW 3-2330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jul 2vs BALW 4-3330000010133.300.
    Jul 3vs BALL 1-343000000100.
    Jul 4at CWSW 6-3521000003240.000.000.600.000.600.000
    Jul 5at CWSW 8-254000000100.
    Jul 8at TEXL 5-6551100120120.
    Jul 9at TEXL 7-955111000000.
    Jul 10at TEXW 6-5540000001240.
    Jul 12vs MILL 3-643010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 13vs MILW 4-153010000200.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Jul 14vs CWSL 2-12440100000125.
    Jul 15vs CWSL 2-644110000000.
    Jul 16vs CWSW 6-344120012000.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jul 17vs CWSL 0-11330000000133.300.
    Jul 23at DETW 8-455120011000.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Jul 24at DETW 9-1551100000120.
    Jul 26at MILL 6-7550110000120.
    Jul 27at MILL 4-10440000000125.
    Jul 29at SDL 1-1033000000000.
    Jul 30at SDW 7-4551100120360.
    Jul 31at SDL 2-343000000100.
    Aug 1vs DETW 5-3532100002120.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Aug 2vs DETL 3-5421000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Aug 3vs DETW 4-144010001000.
    Aug 4vs TORL 3-9441100000125.
    Aug 5vs TORW 6-555121000000.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Aug 6vs TORW 7-3540000001240.
    Aug 7vs TORL 2-310000000000.0001.0001.000
    Aug 9at LADL 3-1044010000000.
    Aug 10at LADL 5-8550100000240.
    Aug 12at LAAW 4-044010000000.
    Aug 13at LAAL 3-552120012300.0001.000.8332.5003.3331.500
    Aug 14at LAAL 2-443120000100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Aug 15vs KCW 4-242110000200.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Aug 16vs KCW 9-0540100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 17vs KCW 4-0440100000125.
    Aug 19vs TEXW 2-1440000000250.
    Aug 20vs TEXL 3-4540100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 21vs TEXL 0-7440000000125.
    Aug 22vs TEXL 1-243020100100.000.667.7501.3332.083.666
    Aug 23at HOUL 2-4440100000250.
    Aug 24at HOUL 3-533000001000.
    Aug 25at HOUL 3-6440000000250.
    Aug 26vs SFW 9-043220012100.000.667.7501.6672.4171.000
    Aug 27vs SFW 3-255040001000.000.800.800.8001.600.000
    Aug 28vs SFW 8-344021001000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Aug 29vs BOSW 4-2431000001125.
    Aug 30vs BOSW 10-554110001100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 31vs BOSL 5-6540000001240.
    Sep 2at CWSL 3-4531000002120.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Sep 3at CWSL 0-1322000000000.
    Sep 4at CWSW 5-155221012000.000.400.4001.2001.600.800
    Sep 5at NYYL 2-5430100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Sep 7at NYYL 4-5660100000233.300.
    Sep 7at NYYL 1-7441210110250.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Sep 8at NYYW 4-3441100120250.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 9vs CLEL 6-755240014000.000.800.8001.4002.200.600
    Sep 10vs CLEL 4-6550300000120.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    Sep 11vs CLEL 1-4440000000125.
    Sep 13vs KCW 6-3441210130125.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Sep 14vs KCW 4-0440210000125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Sep 15vs KCW 3-242110011200.000.500.7502.0002.7501.500
    Sep 16at CLEL 3-4440100000250.
    Sep 17at CLEL 1-5440100000250.
    Sep 17at CLEL 6-775200000100.
    Sep 18at CLEW 3-0550300000120.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    Sep 19at CLEL 4-1143120000100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Sep 20at KCL 4-555030002000.001.600.600.6001.200.000
    Sep 21at KCL 2-543011000100.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    Sep 22at KCL 1-4440100000250.
    Sep 24vs LAAW 8-4550100010120.
    Sep 25vs LAAL 3-10441220000250.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Sep 27vs CWSW 4-044010000000.
    Sep 28vs CWSW 8-4541000001240.
    Sep 29vs CWSL 3-454110000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 30at DETW 7-0551200120240.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Oct 1at DETL 2-3550100000240.
    Oct 2at DETL 2-543021001100.000.667.7501.0001.750.333
    Oct 3at CWSL 2-3440300000125.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    Oct 4at CWSL 3-822000000000.
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