The Twins, for the third offseason in a row, have a gaping hole at shortstop. Carlos Correa is opting out of his three-year contract to enter free agency. The Twins have never handed out a contract at the level of Correa's demand and aren't likely to start now. Will they sign another stopgap to keep the position warm for Royce Lewis? Or is this finally the year to make a long-term commitment at one of the most important positions on the field? Let's break it down.