Carlos Correa deserves a better contract than Corey Seager for $ 325 million

Although the MLB work stoppage prevented Carlos Correa from signing a deal to play in the 2022 season, the Puerto Rican remains the best shortstop available in free agency.

The signing of Corey Seager with the Texas Rangers for 325 million and 10 years is something that will benefit Correa once the Major League market reopens, as the statistics of the former shortstop for the Houston Astros in the Series Past World Cups are superior, giving you a superior deal.

Both made it to the majors in the 2015 season, Seager with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Correa with the Astros. The Puerto Rican has on his service record the Rookie of the Year award, Gold Glove, Platinum Glove and has attended the All-Star Game on 2 occasions. In addition, he has a World Series ring and owns a WAR of 7.2, according to Baseball Reference.

Before Seager signed his recent deal with the Rangers, he was the National League Rookie of the Year. He also has to his credit 2 Silver Bats, 2 All-Star Game selections, 2 MVP awards (World Series and Championship Series) and a champion ring in the 2020 season.

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