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WATCH: After four days away, Correa celebrates return to Astros with booming home run

American League Rookie of the Year frontrunner Carlos Correa didn't waste any time making his mark upon returning to the Houston Astros' lineup on Monday night.Having missed the past four games with left hamstring soreness, Correa jumped on a Vidal Nuno offering in the fifth inning, launching a 396-foot two-run home run that put the Astros up 5-1. The shot was pretty impressive...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Houston Astros SS Carlos Correa Returns To Line Up; Hits Home Run No. 16

The Houston Astros were forced to do without the services of short stop Carlos Corea for the last few games, but Monday night against the Seattle Mariners the popular rookie made his triumphant return to the playing field. he wasted no time making his presence felt by hitting home run No. 16 of the season.The two run shot gave the Astros a 5-1 lead in the bottom of the fifth. ¡Pa...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Astros' Correa makes plays everywhere - even at the Minnesota State Fair (PHOTO)

Carlos Correa really CAN do it all.Not only does he make amazing defensive plays look easy and be an offensive threat for the firs-tplace Houston Astros at only 20 years of age, but he's apparently also good at carnival games. On Thursday night, Correa posted a picture on his Twitter account showing off his skills at the Minnesota State Fair. He and a friend spent the day at the...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Francisco Lindor catching up to Carlos Correa, even if you’ve never heard of him

When Carlos Correa made his major league debut for the first place Astros in June and crushed two home runs his first week, many dubbed him the next Alex Rodriguez and closed their minds to the AL Rookie of the Year race. The 20 year old, slick fielding shortstop was the best we were going to see this year without question. Francisco Lindor would like you to open your minds and your...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Astros' Hinch to Correa: No more celebratory tackles, please

On Sunday, the Houston Astros won in walk-off fashion thanks to Jose Altuve's two-out single to center field.  After the game, Altuve was caught up in a celebratory scrum around second base, with young shortstop Carlos Correa enveloping Altuve in an excited tackle. While the scene made for an amusing highlight video, Astros manager A.J. Hinch wasn't particularly pleased with violent...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Houston Astros SS Carlos Correa Has First Multi-Home Run Game

When Carlos Correa arrived at he park Saturday he probably didn't think he was going to have one of the best days of his young career. He probably thought he would do his best to make every play possible in order to help his team win. After taking batting practice he might have had a good feeling about the coming game, but only he knows that.As luck would have it, he did have one...
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August 02, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Houston Astros SS Carlos Correa Now Leads All AL Short Stops With Ninth Home Run of the Season

When Carlos Correa hit his ninth home run of the season in the first inning against the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday night he took over the AL lead for home runs by a short stop. Big deal, right? Well--when you consider that he has only played in 42 games and the two guys now tied for second have played in 93 and 99 games it becomes a lot more impressive.Oh--and he's only 20. The future...
Via FatManWriting
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Carlos Correa and the new Astros order

Every summer, there is a team that has what seems like a “breakout campaign” — a club that has been on the brink of getting over and has what looks..... The post Carlos Correa And The New Astros Order appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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June 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Astros surprising, but can get better with prospects like Correa

We’ve now passed the 40-game mark for the 2015 MLB season. Between that and Memorial Day coming up on the calendar, it’s time to start wondering what is really happening, whether or not teams are past a hot start, a rough start or a fluky stage and have to be viewed seriously. At this point of the season, no team is getting more of the “Are they for real?” question...
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May 21, 2015  |  Discuss

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