Being the highest-paid position player in the league is cool, but playing where it snows on Opening Day is not ideal
Former NBA veteran Andrew Bynum once famously said he didn’t care where he played because, “There’s a bank in every city.” While that is true, there are only certain baseball cities where it might snow in April. Carlos Correa chose one of those cities.
The Twins’ new $35.1 million-a-year shortstop will have his debut delayed a day because of snowy conditions expected to hit Minneapolis on Thursday.
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