Carlos Correa RUMORS & NEWS

  • Carlos Correa Out Six To Eight Weeks With Torn Thumb Ligament

    MLB Trade Rumors "The Astros announced devastating injury news today, revealing that shortstop Carlos Correa is expected to miss the next six to eight weeks with a torn ligament in his left thumb. " July 18

  • Astros' Carlos Correa calls out Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna for showing him up

    Houston Chronicle "The 7-4 loss to the Blue Jays on Thursday night was a sloppy one for the Astros. Closer Roberto Osuna let it linger a bit longer on the final out for his 22nd save. Osuna induced a soft grounder to the mound from Carlos Correa. First baseman Justin Smoak slowed on his way to cover the bag,..." July 07

  • Astros SS Carlos Correa exits game with thumb discomfort

    ESPN "Astros shortstop Carlos Correa was taken out of Houston's 16-4 win over the Atlanta Braves with left thumb discomfort after he slid headfirst at the plate in the fourth inning. X-rays on Correa's left thumb came back negative. The Astros listed his status as day-to-day. "It's just a little..." July 05

  • Correa: 'I'm never going to be satisfied'

    MLB.com "It occasionally hits the Astros just how remarkable shortstop Carlos Correa's brief career has been. They have to remind themselves that he's still only 22 years old and one of baseball's 10 youngest players. They don't have to be reminded that he's one of its best. "He just looks like he's a..." July 01

  • Carlos Correa: Dallas Keuchel has been ‘even better’ than Cy Young year

    Larry Brown Sports "Those who were worried that Houston Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel may not return to form after his down year in 2016 can relax now. Keuchel pitched six innings and allowed just five hits and no earned runs in a win over the New York Yankees Thursday night. He’s now 6-0 on the season with a 1.69..." May 12

  • Astros' Carlos Correa out of lineup vs. Angels with bruised right hand

    ESPN "Shortstop Carlos Correa will not be in the Houston Astros' lineup Monday night against the Los Angeles Angels because of a bruised right hand. Correa was hit by a pitch during the ninth inning Saturday night in Oakland and would not have played Sunday had that day's game not been rained out." April 17

  • Correa suffers hand contusion after getting hit by fastball

    Houston Chronicle "The Astros avoided potential disaster Saturday when X-rays on star shortstop Carlos Correa's right hand came back negative. Correa was diagnosed with a right hand contusion. He sustained the injury when he was hit by a 94 mph fastball from Oakland Athletics righthander Frankie Montas in the..." April 16

  • Correa 'not shutting the door' on contract extension with Astros

    Houston Chronicle "Shortstop Carlos Correa said on Friday he wouldn't shut the door on a potential early multiyear contract extension with the Astros "if the price is right." Correa isn't eligible to become a free agent until after the 2021 season, but his contract status became a topic of conversation this week..." April 15

  • Carlos Correa Not Interested In Early-Career Extension

    MLB Trade Rumors "Carlos Correa “is never going to do an [early] multiyear contract,” agent Greg Genske tells Jon Heyman of Fan Rag. The 22-year-old, who has already established himself as a star, is instead content to go year to year for the time being. Indeed, a “friend” tells Heyman that Correa’s “mentality has..." April 13

  • The ball from Carlos Correa's Opening Day 449-foot home run has been located

    CBS Sports "On Monday night in Houston, Astros star shortstop Carlos Correa ritually abused a pitch from Mariners ace Felix Hernandez (HOU 3, SEA 0). Behold the color-television footage of note ... Yes, he hit the ball hard and also far. Speaking of “far,” you noted above that the ball crushed by Correa..." April 04

  • Astros renew Correa's contract at league minimum

    Fanrag Sports "The Astros renewed Carlos Correa at the major-league minimum $535,000, sources say. While teams are allowed to pay whatever they wish (as long as it’s at least the MLB minimum), it’s rare to see clubs pay a star player such a low number — in fact the lowest number possible. Teoscar Hernandez..." March 04