Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa wasted no time in celebrating his World Series win with another big moment—proposing to his girlfriend, Miss Texas USA Daniella Rodriguez.
After Alex Bregman dropped the single that knocked in the winning run in Sunday’s ludicrous Game 5, the broadcast caught Carlos Correa jumping onto the field in reaction to pinch runner Derek Fisher making a sprint toward the plate.
Carlos Correa accounted for both of Houston’s runs, hitting a fourth-inning solo homer and the walkoff double that drove in José Altuve as the Astros took a 2-0 series lead on the Yankees in a game that saw Justin Verlander pitch a complete game with 13 strikeouts.
Reasonable people may disagree about whether spectators should be bringing baseball gloves to professional baseball games. Is it lame? Probably not, so long as you are a child. But even if you are a child, there is one thing you for sure should not be doing at a professional baseball game: you should not be reaching…
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa has an unbearably cute puppy; this is not a drill. Groot looks like some kind of husky, and he enjoys chasing soft grounders.
Hey, we’ve got some WBC beef! Maybe this tournament is legit after all.
While maybe not as visually impressive as Giancarlo Stanton’s Mars shot, because dead center at Yankee Stadium is a long long way away, Carlos Correa’s home run last night in last night’s 16-6 loss was the most impressive of the young season.
Remember Carlos Correa’s first 10 days in the big leagues, when he showed up and started turning pitches that had no business even being swung at into home runs? Well, he’s still doing that.
Astros rookie shortstop Carlos Correa has only been in the major leagues for 10 games, but you might as well go ahead and hitch yourself to his bandwagon now, because he is extremely good and a hell of a lot of fun to watch.