As a member of the Astros in 2021, Correa had an excellent season, batting.279 with 34 doubles and 26 homers. He also had 104 runs and 82 RBIs in 104 games.
While drawing 75 walks and increasing his OPS+ to 130, he also had an excellent season. All-Star nod No. 2, first Gold Glove, and 5th place in MVP poll – the highest finish of his career.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Astros overcame their regular-season slump to win the division and advance to the ALCS.
For his efforts against the Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox, he was awarded a .385 batting average and scored five runs in their World Series victory over the Atlanta Braves.
The Astros lost in six games in the Fall Classic despite his six more hits and four RBIs. Carlos was one of a number of top shortstops to leave the Astros at the end of the season, and these were his final games with the team.
His search for a new team came to an end on December 1, when the 2021-2022 lockout set a halt to all transactions, and it wasn’t until March 18th that he found one since the Astros were unable to match his demands.
Correa signed a three-year agreement worth $105 million with the Minnesota Twins.
It was in 2017 that Jean Carlos Correa joined Alvin Community College in the Houston region as a second baseman after attending the Puerto Rican Baseball Academy with his brother, Carlos Correa. In the 2019 amateur draft, he was selected by the Astros in the 38th round.
Who Is Carlos Correa Son, Kylo Daniel?
Kylo Daniel is the first child and son of Carlos Correa and his wife Daniella Correa Rodriguez. Kylo Daniel was born on 11.29.21 which is the same day his parents celebrated their second wedding anniversary.