The Carlos Correa sweepstakes ended late Tuesday night as the superstar shortstop inked a record 13-year, $350 million deal with the San Francisco Giants. Correa signed the second largest free agent contract in MLB history, behind only Aaron Judge who signed for $360 million earlier this offseason. The Twins' main priority has been to retain their shortstop but now must pivot. What's next? Will the Twins stand a chance in a bidding war for the similarly-talented Carlos Rodón? Who is even available and are the Twins preparing to take a step back? Let's break it all down.