Correan War

Woke up this morning to the shock that the Mets had given a 12-year contract to Carlos Correa, the free agent infielder who’d almost signed with the Giants for 13 years but for an unnamed injury concern. That solidifies 2022-23 as the most spectacular offseason the Mets have ever had and worries me a little because I’m a worrier at heart. What if things go wrong now? Will they trade Eduardo Escobar or turn him into a designated hitter? What of the young players like Brett Baty and Mark Vientos?

There was something satisfying to the 2015 Mets with so many homegrown players, now we’re down to Brandon Nimmo, Jeff McNeil and Pete Alonso, I think. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not about to complain, it’s just a thought. Most of us I’d say were ready to go to war with what we had 24 hours ago is all I’m saying.

In addition to Correa, who looks likely to take No. 4 belonging most recently to Terrance Gore, the Mets dressed Kodai Senga in No. 34. I’m excited about him, like I’ve been with most of the imported newbies. He’s also going to be a key figure for this team.

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  1. Stu Baron says:

    Alonso and McNeil were not part of the 2015 team.

    • Jon Springer says:

      Wasn’t meant to imply they were. I should add Megill and Peterson to the list and maybe Smith if you consider him a homie (came in a trade for a 2015’s homegrown) Lucas Duda

  2. Stu Baron says:

    Next up: What number for Omar Narvaez?

  3. […] not here acting like I saw this fiasco coming but Carlos Correa just became to Met infielders what Carlos Beltran was to Met […]

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