Twins put Carlos Correa on disabled list

During the MLB session on Tuesday, May 10, the Minnesota Twins placed Carlos Correa on the disabled list due to his right hand problem, according to a report by CBS Sports.

In this way, the star Puerto Rican shortstop misses the series at the beginning of the week against his former team, the Houston Astros.

In the same move by the Minnesota team, starter Chris Paddack was also placed on the disabled list with right shoulder inflammation. While outfielder Mark Contreras and pitcher Jharel Cotton enter the roster to fill the two vacant spots,

Twins place Carlos Correa on injured list — so he’ll miss series vs. Astros

— CBS Sports MLB (@CBSSportsMLB) May 10, 2022

Sensitive loss for the Twins, who started the game on Tuesday, May 10 in the first position of the Central Division of the American League, with a record of 18 wins and 11 losses.

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What is Carlos Correa’s salary with the Twins?

After signing a three-year, $105.3 million contract with the Minnesota team, the 27-year-old Puerto Rican has a salary of $11.7 million for this Major League season.

Correa is expected to be a key player in the Twins’ aspirations to return to the World Series.