Carlos Correa is all set to strut his wares for the Minnesota Twins, at least for the coming MLB season. However, there is a chance that he could have a change of heart afterward since he does have an opt-out clause in the $105.3 million deal he signed with the Twins back in March.

In the opinion of Jon Heyman of the Post, there is a chance that the Puerto Rican shortstop could opt out of his deal with the Twins. He has opt-outs for the 2022 and 2023 seasons, meaning he could re-enter free agency if he wanted to.

However, any decision by the one-time World Series champion would depend on several factors. One is if he can stay healthy and the second is if he proves he is worth more money.

Correa is only 27 years old, yet another factor that is in play. So far, he has a slash line of .264/.340/.427 (122 OPS+) with 13 home runs in 86 games.

Another thing he may consider is that the market for shortstops is likely to be crowded too. Some names could be available, including Trea Turner, Xander Bogaerts, and Dansby Swanson.

Although he could opt out of his current deal, a return to the Twins is also possible. However, Minnesota would have to shell out bigger money to keep him.

The point is that Correa has options and can use them if he wants. For now, the immediate task is to help the Twins in the AL Central. They need to hold off MLB teams such as the Cleveland Guardians and the Chicago White Sox to cop the division title.

As of this writing, the Twins have lost three in a row and trail the Guardians by 1 ½ games in the standings, CBS Sports reported.

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