Carlos Correa celebrates Christmas with wife while in Mets limbo

Carlos Correa didn’t let his free-agency drama have an effect on his Christmas festivities.

The Mets’ potential new third baseman was seen celebrating the vacations in an image posted by his wife Daniella Rodriguez’s on Instagram.

Despite the continued issues about his medicals and a hold-up with his 12-year, $315 million contract settlement with the Mets, there seems to be no absence of Christmas cheer for the Platinum Glove infielder. The former Astro and Twin was carrying matching onesies with his 1-year-old son Kylo and taking part in with their Christmas toys. Correa, 28, and his wife predict their second youngster in 2023.

Carlos Correa celebrating Christmas with his son Kylo.
Carlos Correa celebrating Christmas with his son Kylo.
Carlos Correa
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The jury continues to be out on whether or not or not the Mets and Correa will have the ability to seal the deal after his bodily confirmed a difficulty associated to a 2014 ankle surgical procedure. However, The Post’s Jon Heyman reported Sunday the 2 sides try to work issues out.

Before agreeing to affix the Mets, the two-time All-Star had a 13-year, $350 million contract fall by with the Giants after they initially raised issues about Correa’s surgically repaired ankle. When Correa turned accessible once more, Mets proprietor Steve Cohen pounced and reached an settlement with Correa very early Wednesday morning.

If Correa does grow to be a Met, the longtime shortstop would slide to 3rd base while Francisco Lindor would stay at brief.

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