Derek Jeter responds to Carlos Correas c

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Derek Jeter responds to Carlos Correas c

Derek Jeter was asked Friday about Carlos Correa's recent comments on Jeter's fielding.

Correa appeared to bash Jeter during an appearance this month on the "Me Gustan Los Deportes" podcast, with the free-agent shortstop saying (translated from Spanish) "Derek Jeter didn't deserve any of the GoldenGloves he Greg Joseph Jerseys won." Jeter told The Miami Herald's Craig Mishhe knew Correa said something but "didn't think much aboutit."


"It doesn't even warrant a response. I mean, I could go a lot of different directions about it," a smiling Jeter told Mish.

. asked Derek Jeter about Carlos Correa's comments in which K.J. Osborn Jerseys he said Jeter didn't deserve any of his Gold Gloves.Jeter: "I didn't think much about it."

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Correa, whoearned his first Gold Glove in 2021, made his comments on a podcast with former MLB infielder Carlos Baerga. He referenced Jeter's career minus-162 defensive runs saved total in discu sing the fielding award. Correa led MLB shortstops this year with 20DRS (revised from 21 DRS) and hasn't posted a negative figure in the category since debuting in the majors in 2015.

Carlos Correa: "Derek Jeter didn't deserve any of the Golden Gloves he won".

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Derek Jeter won 5 Gold Gloves. Here are his Defensive Runs Saved during those seasons:2004: -132005: -272006: -162009: 32010: -5Carlos Correa had 21 DRS in 2021.

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Jeter was awarded five GoldGloves during his 20-year career as a shortstop with the Yankees. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2020. He has been a part-owner and the CEO Randy Moss T Shirts of the Marlins since 2017.


Correa is a free agent who reportedly can expect a $300 million contract with his next club. , Correa is in conversations with the Yankees, but with Tigers manager A.J. Hinch on Thursday in Houston, where Hinch spends the offseason. Hinch managed Correa with the Astros from 2015-19.