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There are other ways to make him leave too...
And that is a perfectly valid preference
But it is just that — a preference. Correa may or may not agree with you, but there is a valid argument in both directions. Point being, let’s not act like the Tigers are objectively excluded and he would obviously have no interest, because it’s not obvious or objective at all.
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Correa is looking for a 10-year contract
Unless he signs with the Dodgers, and maybe even if he does, his new team isn’t going to be making deep playoff runs for the entirety of his contract. Dynasties like that don’t really exist any more. He can give whatever soundbites he wants, but he’s going to be on a mediocre or bad team at some point, no matter where he goes.
So with that said, if you were in his shoes and you want to win, would you pick an up-and-comer who’s looking for a shot at a WC in year one and more from there, or would you prefer an established playoff team who might be looking to rebuild in year three or four?
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The Tigers are going to be a winning team in the near future
I know it may be difficult for you, but we might as start getting getting used to it.
Unless robot umps are part of the new CBA