Carlos Correa agrees to 13-year, $350 million deal with San Francisco Giants.

The 28-year-old has agreed to a 13-year, $350 million free-agent deal with the San Francisco Giants, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan's tweet late Tuesday night.

After Aaron Judge, who was actually being pursued by the Giants before choosing to sign a $360 million contract to remain with the Yankees, Correa's reported deal is the second-richest of this free-agency era.

Carlos Correa is regarded as one of the premier defenders in the game, having won a Platinum Glove in 2021.

Carlos Correa played last season with the Minnesota Twins and the previous seven seasons with the Houston Astros.

Correa had a batting average of.291 and an on-base percentage of.366 in 2022. In addition, he hit 22 home runs and drove 64 RBI across 136 games.

In 2021, his final season with Houston, he hit a career-high 26 home runs, finishing the season with a.279 batting average and 92 RBIs. He received his first Gold Glove and second All-Star selection.