Carlos Correa RUMORS & NEWS

  • Astros shortstop Carlos Correa may be best player in majors

    New York Daily News "For the past few years, the Mike Trout vs. Bryce Harper debate has raged on. Which of the talented youngsters is the best player in the game? Who will take the baton from Derek Jeter as the face of Major League Baseball? The answer may be C. Actually, CC, as in Carlos Correa. I know, I know...." April 07

  • Baseball Is Not Dying

    Sole Collector "The game of baseball is beautiful, classic, traditional and…stuck in the past. We’ve romanticized the game's past so much that we’ve forgotten about its future. Since its beginnings, baseball has been guided by an invisible hand. A set of unwritten rules that all players are expected to adhere..." April 05

  • Carlos Correa on a Mission to Become Instant MLB Icon, Empower Others

    Bleacher Report "Here he comes, straight into 2016, streaming like water out of a faucet. Carlos Correa doesn't so much step into the picture as he pours forth, with force, both on time and ahead of his time. Here he stands, perched on the ledge of his first full season, ready to take flight and lead the..." April 04

  • Carlos Correa showing he's truly a special player

    ESPN "The numbers that define Carlos Correa can't be calculated on your hard drive. Don't contain a single decimal point. Won't be found on any "league leaders" list. That's because the two numbers that define the Houston Astros' mesmerizing young shortstop are No. 3 and No. 1. No. 3? That's where..." March 09

  • Astros' Carlos Correa signs endorsement deal with Adidas

    Houston Chronicle "Fresh off a breakthrough debut season and American League Rookie of the Year award, Astros shortstop Carlos Correa is cashing in. The 21-year-old shortstop has signed a five-year endorsement contract with shoe giant Adidas, Correa's business manager Frankie Higginbotham said. Correa is expected..." February 17

  • Astros' Correa to appear in Roberto Clemente movie

    Fox 26 Houston "Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, the 2015 American League Rookie of the Year, signed a five-year contract with Adidas on Wednesday. “This deal assures that Carlos will be compensated at the highest levels of Major League Baseball,” said Frankie Higginbotham, Correa’s marketing manager,..." February 13

  • Astros' Carlos Correa named 2015 AL Rookie of the Year

    CBS Sports "On Monday, Astros shortstop Carlos Correa was named the 2015 American League Rookie of the Year. He beat out Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor and Twins DH Miguel Sano. Correa was with his family in Puerto Rico when it was announced he won the Rookie of the Year award live on MLB Network...." November 17

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    Houston Astros @astros

    Congrats #Astros SS @TeamCJCorrea, the 2015 @officialBBWAA AL Rookie of the Year! #Represent #CorreaROY

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    Evan Drellich @EvanDrellich

    Carlos Correa a finalist for BBWAA AL Rookie of Year award with Lindor and Sano.

  • Donaldson takes top prize from peers at Players Choice Awards

    The Score "Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson continues to collect the accolades coming off the best season of his five-year career. After being named the American League Hank Aaron Award winner last month, Donaldson was named the 2015 Player of the Year at the Players Choice Awards on Monday..." November 10

  • Sporting News MLB awards 2015: Astros' Carlos Correa voted AL Rookie of the Year

    Sporting News "Carlos Correa was a rookie in 2015. No, really. If you watched the Astros shortstop much this season, though, you might not believe he was a rookie who didn’t turn 21 until late September. “His poise, his calmness has been the thing that's kind of impressed us all,” teammate George..." October 26

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    Jose de Jesus Ortiz @OrtizKicks

    "We’ll get (Correa) out early tomorrow and have him run the bases and at least do some agility work in the outfield," Hinch said.

  • Astros' Correa: 'If the Texans offered me something, I would like to try out'

    The Score "Carlos knows football? After being tackled by Carlos Correa following a walk-off single to beat the Detroit Tigers on Sunday, Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve thinks their star rookie may have to take up another sport. "I think if the Texans see that, they (are) going to put..." August 17

  • Astros fans are speculating about a Carlos Correa callup

    Hardball Talk "File this under “interesting” and for now cross-file it under “mere speculation, likely baseless and a tad overly-optimisic” but the deep underworld of the Houston Astros Internet Fandom has been speculating about a possible Carlos Correa callup today. The basis? Well, here’s how that deep..." June 01

  • Astros top prospect Correa promoted to AAA

    The Crawfish Boxes "Early this afternoon the it was announced that Astros top prospect Carlos Correa was promoted from AA Corpus Christi to AAA Fresno after a fantastic first 29 games with the Hooks. Correa leaves the Texas League on top of just about every offense category, including batting average (.385), home..." May 11

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    Jon Heyman @JonHeymanCBS

    hear carlos correa could be in in majors within a couple/few weeks. very likely MLB's top prospect (seager, buxton next)

  • Astros prospect Carlos Correa out for year after fibula surgery

    SB Nation "Houston's top prospect likely won't see the field until 2015, although there's a chance he could play in fall or winter ball after the conclusion of this season. Astros minor leaguer Carlos Correa underwent surgery to repair a fractured fibula he suffered in a game on Saturday, according to a..." June 26

  • Top overall Astros prospect Correa enjoyed spring’s ‘great experience’

    Houston Chronicle "Showing the poise that has earned him plenty of praise since he was taken first overall in the 2012 draft, Astros shortstop prospect Carlos Correa seemed more buoyed then dejected after he was reassigned to minor-league camp Thursday morning. “It was great,” the 19-year-old from Puerto Rico..." March 20

  • Astros' top prospect Carlos Correa set for hand X-rays after HBP

    CBS Sports "On Wednesday, Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, one of the top prospects in all of baseball, was struck on the left hand by a pitch from Tyler Clippard of the Nationals. After writhing on the ground in pain for a few moments, Correa was forced to leave the game. Obviously, we won't know until..." March 20