In addition to their game against the visiting Los Angeles Angels, the Houston Astros lost the services of Carlos Correa as the shortstop exited the 10-6 defeat with an apparent left shoulder injury.

Correa was hurt during Los Angeles’ six-run rally in the ninth inning. He attempted a diving catch on a pop-up to shallow center field by Angels pinch-hitter Rafael Ortega with the bases loaded and two outs but was unable to make the grab, allowing all three runners to score and give Los Angeles a 10-6 lead.

After being paid a visit by the team trainer, Correa – who celebrated his 22nd birthday on Thursday – departed the contest. Marwin Gonzalez moved over from first base to finish the game at shortstop while A.J. Reed came off the bench to play first.