Derek Jeter didn’t seem to suppose a lot about Carlos Correa’s remarks on the New York Yankee legend’s 5 Gold Glove Awards Friday.
Jeter, the current Hall of Fame inductee and present Miami Marlins part-owner, was requested concerning the former Houston Astros shortstop discrediting the Gold Glove Awards Jeter had received. Correa was talking on the “Me Gustan Los Deportes” podcast and apparently took the dig at Jeter.
According to a translation from ESPN’s Hector Gomez, Correa mentioned Jeter “didn’t deserve any of the Gold Gloves he won.”
Jeter brushed it off.
“I didn’t think much about it,” Jeter mentioned, by way of the New York Post. “I don’t know how my name came up. My Spanish is not that good. I still haven’t seen it. I don’t know how my name was brought up, but it doesn’t even warrant a response. I could go in a lot of different directions, but I won’t.”
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Jeter received American League Gold Gloves at shortstop in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2010. Correa cited some defensive metrics in his remarks concerning the former Yankees shortstop.
Jeter didn’t precisely lead the American League in among the metrics used to quantify how good a participant is defensively, reminiscent of vary issue or defensive runs saved, not to mention simply fielding proportion basically.
Correa received the American League Gold Glove Award this season at shortstop. He led the league with 21 defensive runs saved, in response to FanGraphs. Jeter had a total of three when he received the Gold Glove in 2009 and didn’t have a constructive defensive runs saved quantity in any of these award-winning seasons. The metric is used to find out the variety of runs a participant saved or price his workforce relative to the typical participant.
While the Marlins haven’t been linked to Correa, who’s a free agent, the Yankees reportedly expressed curiosity in signing him. Whether the Jeter remark can be taken as a dis or not received’t matter if he winds up enjoying within the Bronx. Correa hit 26 residence runs and batted .279 with a .850 OPS in 2021.
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