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Red-hot June nets Astros' Correa Rookie of the Month honors

In a development that really shouldn't shock a lot of people, Houston Astros youngster Carlos Correa was named the AL's Rookie of the Month for June on Thursday.  Correa, 20, made his debut with the Astros on June 8, and he has yet to really 'struggle' on either side of his game. So far, he's had great success stealing bases, hitting booming home runs and playing solid defense,...
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Yankees OF Brett Gardner Helps Astros SS Carlos Correa Score Run on Routine Pop Fly

Carlso Correa has proven to be a valuable asset to the Houston Astros lineup already this season, but on Sunday he got a little help proving his worth. After hitting a nice, deep pop fly he started tearing up the base path in hopes that Yankee outfielders Brett Gardner and Garrett Jones would make a little league mistake and somehow fail to catch the ball.Sure enough--they missed...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Carlos Correa scores after hitting routine fly ball

Carlos Correa hit what looked like a routine fly ball in the fourth inning of Sunday’s Yankees-Astros game. But this is baseball, and crazy things happen from time to time. Today, Correa’s ball wasn’t caught, and all hell broke loose. It went down in the books as a double and a two base error on center fielder Brett Gardner, who fumbled the ball after it fell between...
Via The Outside Corner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Rookie phenom Carlos Correa off to hot start for Houston Astros

Through just 15 games this season, Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa is already turning heads making the case that he really is one of the game’s best players. The 20-year old phenom is off to a hot start for the Astros and is playing with the confidence and discipline of a seasoned veteran, a rare quality for a player at his age. Since being called up to the big-league club...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Houston Astros SS Carlos Correa Shows a Little Power With Three-Run Blast Against Angels

When you think of power hitters you typically think of guys in the outfield or playing on the corners (1st or 3rd). You definitely don't look at your short stop for power, but the Astros are lucky. Carlos Correa doesn't have crazy power behind his swing, but there is some there.There was enough in Tuesday's game against the Angels for him to smack a three-run home run in the fourth...
Via FatManWriting
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Houston Astros SS Carlos Correa With An Awesome Diving Catch

When you are a team that has been on the bottom for as long as the Astros have it is real easy to sink back down whenever something bad happens. Of course what is concerning when that happens is that one bad thing may develop in to another and the team may lose a game. So when Carlos Correa made a tremendous diving catch early on against the Rockies Tuesday afternoon he did more...
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16 days ago  |  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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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Correa Hits Game-Winning Sac Fly, Then Gets Called Up to Majors

Baseball players dream of driving home the game-winning run, but few sports-related events can prove sweeter in the following moments. Houston Astros top prospect Carlos Correa is one of the rare exceptions to experience something even more exciting. A shortstop for the organization’s Triple-A affiliate, Correa hit a game-winning sacrifice fly to give the Fresno Grizzlies a 15...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Astros prospect Carlos Correa homers off of a building

Houston Astros minor league shortstop Carlos Correa is arguably the best prospect in Minor League Baseball. On Tuesday night, Correa did something pretty ridiculous – he hit a long homer for the Fresno Grizzlies that left the stadium and hit a building across the street from the park. The Astros have the best record in the American League, and a guy that can do *this* is coming...
Via The Outside Corner
May 27, 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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