Carlos Correa’s new glove went viral, but does it provide any hints?

Houston Astros, MLB Free Agency

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Superstar free agent shortstop Carlos Correa was showcasing a new glove on Instagram and social media detectives are trying to piece things together. 

Everyone can’t wait to see what ends up happening with Carlos Correa in free agency. Once the MLB lockout comes to an end, teams will be lining up to try and sign the stud shortstop. Houston fans want him back in an Astros uniform, but that seems unlikely.

How about a move to the Yankees or Cubs? There could also be a surprise team jump in late as well. On Instagram, Correa was sporting a new glove and now everyone is trying to take a guess to whether or not he’s dropping a hint. What are your thoughts here?

Carlos Correa’s free agency will dominate headlines once the lockout ends

That glove doesn’t look to represent either the Cubs or Yankees. In the replies to that tweet, Kansas City supporters are trying to say Correa is hinting at a move to the Royals. People in KC would love to see that happen, but let’s not jump the gun here.

For fans in the Bronx, they’re praying to the baseball Gods Brian Cashman will figure out a way to sign Correa. Those same fans want Freddie Freeman, but they’d of course settle for either of the two. Correa has also been linked to Chicago.

With the Cubs, this team is rebuilding and they have a totally different look with Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo and Javier Baez no longer suiting up at Wrigley Field. Correa would be a monster splash and he’d also get people’s minds off the uncertain future of star catcher Willson Contreras. Only time will tell what happens with Correa, but everyone will surely keep looking at Instagram for more clues.

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