The superstar shortstop’s market was cut to one Tuesday night.

Carlos Correa is off the market after signing a 13-year contract with the San Francisco Giants. The 28-year-old made a richer deal than All-Star shortstops Trey Turner and Xander Bogaerts, who ended up with the Philadelphia Phillies and San Diego Padres, respectively.

The three blockbuster contracts leave Dansby Swanson as the only top-tier shortstop left in Major League Baseball free agency. And shortly after the Correa-Giants news broke, the New York Post’s Jon Heyman He proposed an amendment Long time Atlanta Brave.

“Looks like Dansby Swanson is doing great,” Heyman tweeted. “The Cubs are on it, and at least the Dodgers, Twins, Red Sox seem like possible options. Maybe others as well. Terrible, clutch player.

The Twins and Red Sox both have outfield needs after losing Correa and Bogaerts, but Boston has a backfill option at infield shortstop in Trevor Story. Chicago simply needs an elite player to help get the organization back on track, and Los Angeles can’t be ruled out anytime soon with one of the best players in the game.

We may have. Wait a little Before Swanson was crowned the winner, though. MBB Network’s John Morosi reported on Tuesday that the 2021 World Series champion’s free agent decision is “not believed to be imminent.”

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