The Giants' contract with Correa has fallen through, and he will be joining a new club

After failing to sign a quality shortstop, the Giants have given the Dodgers a sense of security in the NL West.Place this under "HOLY CRAP!" Reportedly due to a failed physical,

the shortstop's 13-year agreement with the San Francisco Giants has fallen through, and he will be joining the New York Mets, one of the best teams in baseball.

Just before midnight on the west coast, MLB insider Jon Heyman announced that Correa had definitely signed with a new team.It was reported on Tuesday

that something was discovered during Correa's examination, and the introduction news conference was cancelled in San Francisco.

When things in the Bay Area began to unravel, MLB super agent Scott Boras was working with Mets owner Steve Cohen, who wasted no time seizing the opportunity.

The Dodgers were said to be interested in the All-Star free agent all the way up until the winter meetings,

but talks between the two teams allegedly never progressed very far for a variety of reasons.The new contract costs Correa roughly $35 million and one guaranteed season.

Correa will play third base for the Mets, who already have a star shortstop in Francisco Lindor.