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Free-agent Carlos Correa switches agents to Scott Boras

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Carlos Correa was previously represented by William Morris Endeavor, which is traditionally a talent agency. © Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Carlos Correa was previously represented by William Morris Endeavor, which is traditionally a talent agency.

Carlos Correa is making business moves even while MLB players are locked out.

Correa has changed his representation and hired Scott Boras to serve as his agent.

Correa was among the shortstops available in a stacked free-agent class at his position. Corey Seager and Javy Baez already signed deals before the lockout, while Marcus Semien did as well (Semien can also play second base). Seager received a $325 million deal; Semien received $175 million; and Baez received $140 million.

Former GM Jim Bowden thinks that Correa may have come to the conclusion that he made the wrong decision when he didn’t sign before the lockout and that Boras may have provided him with better guidance.

Correa was previously represented by William Morris Endeavor, which is traditionally a talent agency. It just purchased some minor-league teams, which could be a conflict of interest with the MLB Players Association.

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