The Detroit Tigers really aren't messing around in free agency. The club has been busy this offseason and it looks like they were hoping to land stud shortstop Carlos Correa as well.
If they wanted to get that job done, though, they needed to put a little bit more money on the table. According to a report, the Tigers offered Correa a 10-year contract worth $275 million. He said thanks, but no thanks.
It should be noted that this offer came before Detroit put its big deal out there for Javier Baez. Still, this shows just how aggressive Detroit's mindset has been from the start.