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Carlos Correa's second season with the Twins was a disappointment as he hit just .230 with a .711 OPS. He played most of the season with plantar fasciitis in his left foot which may have limited him at the plate. It hurt his speed and was a factor in his leading the league in grounding into double plays (30). His main struggles were against fastballs, where he was below average (-5 Run Value per Baseball Savant) for the first time in his career, so his decline may not have all been due to health. However, his power metrics were still above average (71st percentile in Avg. Exit Velocity and 75th in Hard-Hit Rate). Correa was still a plus defender despite the foot issues in part due to his riffle arm as he was a finalist for the AL Gold Glove. He also thrived in the postseason again, hitting .409 with three doubles in six games. His return to postseason form happened after his only IL stint for his foot issues, giving hope that the rest caused him to be renewed at the plate and a similar pattern can happen for 2024. He's set at the Twins shortstop for the foreseeable future thanks to a six-year, $200 million contract. While there are long-term concerns about his ankle (a plate inserted in his ankle from a 2014 injury scared of teams signing him last winter), a return to health could lead to a bounceback season.

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2024 249.53.3 51 13 47 30 .308
2023 327.52.4 60 18 65 59 .230
2022 380.52.8 70 22 64 61 .291
3y Avg. 398.52.8 78 22 74 65 .268
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Placed on 10-day IL

    Correa (heel) was placed on the 10-day injured list with right plantar fasciitis on Saturday, retroactive to July 16. Correa missed the Twins' final two games before the All-Star break with a heel injury, but it wasn't considered to be particularly serious at the time. He will now be forced to miss at least the the next 10 games, but plantar fasciitis can be a very tricky situation, so it's unclear if the shortstop will be able to return when first eligible. Correa has been on a tear since the beginning of June, batting .360 with nine home runs, 28 RBI and 29 runs scored over 36 contests, so his absence is a tough pill to swallow for fantasy managers. In a corresponding move, Edouard Julien was called up from Triple-A St. Paul to replace Correa in Minnesota's infield Saturday.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Not playing in All-Star Game

    Correa (heel) was removed Monday from the American League All-Star Game roster and was replaced by the Rangers' Corey Seager, the Associated Press reports. Though Correa is still expected to attend All-Star festivities in Arlington, Texas this week, his removal from the roster comes as little surprise after he missed the Twins' final two games before the break due to plantar fasciitis in his right heel. Dan Hayes of The Athletic relays that Correa's latest case of plantar fasciitis isn't as severe as his bout with the injury to his left foot during 2023 season, but it's not yet clear whether Correa will be back in action when the Twins return to action Saturday versus the Brewers.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Contending with plantar fasciitis

    Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said prior to Sunday's game against the Giants that a recent MRI revealed that Correa (heel) is dealing with plantar fasciitis in his right foot, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Correa is out of the lineup for a second straight game Sunday due to the injury, which had previously been classified as a bruised right heel. The updated diagnosis is somewhat worrisome considering that Correa contended with plantar fasciitis for a significant portion of the 2023 season, though that injury was to his left foot. According to Dan Hayes of The Athletic, Correa's latest case of plantar fasciitis isn't believed to be as severe as the one he dealt with in 2023, but the issue nonetheless makes it far from a lock that the veteran shortstop will be ready to go for the Twins' first game out of the All-Star break next Saturday versus the Brewers. Correa was named to his third All-Star Game and will still be in attendance for the Midsummer Classic in Arlington, Texas on Tuesday, but Hefland relays that his availability for the exhibition is up in the air at the moment due to the injury.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Remains on bench Sunday

    Correa (heel) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Giants. Correa's bruised right heel doesn't look to be a major concern, but he'll be on the bench for the second straight game and will get an extended rest over the All-Star break before the Twins return to action next Saturday versus the Brewers. Willi Castro will fill in for Correa at shortstop in Sunday's series finale in San Francisco.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Scratched from lineup

    Correa was scratched from the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Giants due to a bruised right heel, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Correa was initially slated to bat third and play short Saturday but was a late scratch as he tends to a bruised heel. In his place, Willi Castro will play shortstop while Ryan Jeffers enters the lineup, moving Christian Vazquez to third base. With just one game left before the All-Star break, the Twins could opt to play it safe with Correa and hold him out of Sunday's first-half finale.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Homers in nightcap

    Correa went 4-for-7 with a solo home run and a walk in Wednesday's doubleheader against the White Sox. After going 3-for-4 in the matinee, Correa launched a solo home run off Drew Thorpe in the nightcap, tying the game,2-2. The 29-year-old shortstop now has at least one hit in 12 of his last 13 games, going 17-for-46 (.370) with five home runs in that span. With his current hot streak, Correa's boosted his slash line to .310/.379/.526 with 13 homers, 47 RBI and 50 runs scored through 312 plate appearances this season.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Good to go Monday

    Correa (finger) will start at shortstop and bat second in Monday's game against the White Sox. Correa was lifted in the first inning of Sunday's 3-2 win over the Astros after he was hit on his right hand by a pitch in his lone at-bat of the day. Fortunately, X-rays cleared Correa of any structural damage, with the Twins labeling his injury as a finger contusion. The injury apparently isn't inhibiting Correa in batting practice Monday, so he'll be ready to go as the Twins kick off a six-game week to close out their pre-All-Star-break schedule.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Expects to play Monday

    Correa (finger) expects to be in the lineup Monday versus the White Sox, Audra Martin of Bally Sports North reports. Correa exited Sunday's 3-2 win over Houston with a bruised right finger in the first inning, but he explained to Martin after the game that he doesn't expect the injury to sideline him moving forward. The shortstop will look to bring his expectation to fruition in Monday's series opener on the road against the White Sox.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Dealing with bruised finger

    Correa had X-rays come back negative and was diagnosed with a right finger contusion after exiting Sunday's game against the Astros, Audra Martin of Bally Sports North reports. Correa was struck by 96-mph pitch during the opening frame of Sunday's contest but appears to have avoided a serious injury. The 29-year-old should be considered day-to-day heading into Monday's series opener against the White Sox.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Departs after HBP

    Correa was removed from Sunday's game against the Astros after being hit by a pitch in the right hand, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. The 29-year-old was plunked in the bottom of the first inning and quickly exited the contest after being looked at by an athletic trainer. The severity of the injury is unclear, but Correa seems likely to be headed for X-rays.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Belts homer No. 10

    Correa went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Tigers. His eighth-inning blast deep to left-center field off Beau Brieske capped the scoring on the night. Correa has hit safely in five straight games, and since June 6 the veteran shortstop has a blistering .418/.476/.659 slash line over 103 plate appearances with six of his 10 homers on the year and 19 of his 41 RBI.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Receiving Sunday off

    Correa is out of the lineup for Sunday's game at Seattle. The veteran shortstop was in the lineup the past two days after being hit by a pitch on the right wrist Thursday, but he'll receive a day off for Sunday's series finale. Correa didn't appear to be affected by the injury as he went 3-for-8 with a two-run homer and an additional run scored in the first two games of the series.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Homers in Friday's loss

    Correa went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Friday's 3-2 extra-inning loss to the Mariners. Correa left Thursday's game with a bruised right wrist, but he didn't end up missing time. The homer was his ninth of the season and got him to the 40-RBI mark this year, though it was all the run production the Twins could muster in Friday's game. The shortstop has 12 multi-hit efforts over his last 21 games, going 36-for-83 (.434) in that span. For the year, he's at a .312/.381/.506 slash line across 64 contests.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Starting Friday

    Correa (wrist) is playing shortstop and batting second Friday against Seattle. Correa was removed from Thursday's game after being hit by a pitch, but his bruised right wrist won't force him to miss a start. He went 4-for-9 with four runs and two RBI during this week's series against Arizona.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Expecting to play Friday

    Correa (wrist) anticipates that he will be in the lineup Friday against the Mariners, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Correa was hit in the wrist by a pitch Thursday in the seventh inning and immediately left the game. X-rays came back clean, and he told reporters after the game that he's confident he'll be in the lineup to start the Twins' series against Seattle on Friday. There has not been confirmation from the team the Correa will start.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: X-rays negative

    X-rays on Correa's right forearm/wrist came back negative after he was removed from Thursday's game against the Diamondbacks, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Correa immediately made his way into the Twins' clubhouse after getting hit in the arm by a pitch during the seventh inning, but it appears he managed to escape the incident with minimal damage. The team has officially labeled his injury a right wrist contusion, and he is viewed as day-to-day. Should the Twins decide to give the 29-year-old a day or two to heal, Kyle Farmer and Willi Castro would be the next options at shortstop.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Exits after HBP

    Correa was removed from Thursday's game against the Diamondbacks after taking a pitch off his right forearm, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Correa was visibly in a lot of pain after getting hit by a 94-mph sinker during the seventh inning, and he immediately made his way into the Twins' dugout while holding his right arm. The 29-year-old shortstop will certainly undergo imaging to determine the severity of his injury, and Minnesota should have an update in the near future.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Taking seat Thursday

    Correa is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rays. After seeing his nine-game hitting streak come to an end with an 0-for-5 performance in Wednesday's 3-2 extra-inning loss, Correa will get a breather for the series finale with Tampa Bay. Kyle Farmer will spell him at shortstop Thursday.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Five hits across doubleheader

    Correa went 5-for-10 with two home runs and four RBI as the Twins swept Sunday's doubleheader versus the Athletics. Correa played a massive role in winning Game 1 -- he opened the scoring with a two-run homer in the first inning and added a solo shot in the fourth. He was steady again in Game 2, though without the same level of power on display. The shortstop has eight multi-hit efforts over his last 11 contests, going a stunning 24-for-47 (.511) in that span. He was hitting .247 the game before the surge started, but he's up to .308 now with an .878 OPS, eight homers, 35 RBI, 34 runs scored and no stolen bases through 54 contests this season.
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  • Twins' Carlos Correa: Remains red hot Thursday

    Correa went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run, an additional run and an additional RBI in Thursday's 6-2 win over the Athletics. Correa gave the Twins their first lead with a run-scoring single in the third inning and capped the scoring in the contest with a two-run homer to left field in the seventh. The veteran shortstop finished with his sixth multi-hit performance over his past eight contests, and he's slashing a jaw-dropping .545/.568/.758 with two homers, eight runs and nine RBI over that span. The hot stretch has pushed Correa's season slash line to .299/.363/.481, and he has six long balls, 31 RBI and 30 runs through 212 plate appearances.
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