This Sunday, October 8, they face each other Minnesota Twins and Houston Astros in Game 2 of the American League Division Series in the 2023 postseason on Big Leagues. on Minute Maid Park The locals won the first challenge last Saturday with a score of six to four.
One of the great attractions of this series is the return of Carlos Correa to play postseason a Houston, this time with another team. The Puerto Rican put up excellent numbers in October while playing with the Astros from 2015 to 2021 where he participated in three World Series (2017, 2019, and 2021).
The shortstop of the twins started as a starter in Game 2 as the fourth in order and the defense in its usual position. In the first inning, he gave his team an early advantage with a long double to left center. The ball hit the wall in that area of the stadium. So, he encourages Jorge Polanco from the initial.
In the fifth period, he went to the box for the third time to face his former teammate, Framber Valdez. Correa found the bases were full and Minnesota won by a score of three to zero.
In one ball, one strike count he hit a sinker in the lower zone and hit a line drive at 97 miles per hour down the middle of the field. The ball landed in center-field territory. With the connection, they scored Michael Taylor and Donovan Solano. Royce Lewis, moved to third base.
Carlos Correa accumulated 89 hits in the postseason on MLB. With that amount, he is tied for ninth all-time David Justice. He is one away from becoming the ninth with 90.
Hit with the bases loaded by Carlos Correa in a Postseason game between the Minnesota Twins and Houston Astros