The Minnesota Twins Are Visiting Houston Astros for a three-match series till Thursday.
Houston won the first game on Tuesday night with a score of 4-2.
That game marked the return to town of one of the most influential Astros of the last decade: Carlos Correa,
Shortstop signed a free agent contract to play with the Twins this season and the next, although he may drop out after every campaign.
Before committing to his 2022 future for the Twins a few months ago, Korea played seven fruitful years with the Astros in which he won the 2015 Rookie of the Year award, the 2017 World Series, two All-Star berths and both gold and platinum. Live. Glove Awards in 2021.
He was one of the leaders of the team that went to three Fall Classics in a span of five years.
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Some will have hard feelings towards the infielder for not choosing the Astros as their long-term destination, but most Astros fans understand that leaving for a better financial opportunity is part of the game.
In a meeting with the media in Houston, the player had nothing but good things to say about the Astros and its fans.
“Carlos Correa has a message #astros fan. Astros reporter Daniel Gotera tweeted: “Thank you fans for everything you’ve done for me, my family and my career and I look forward to being there again with you guys.”
Carlos Correa has a message #astros fan.
“Thank you fans for all you have done for me, my family and my career and I look forward to being back there with you guys again.” pic.twitter.com/1R9agJePU8
— Danielle Gotera (@DTGoteraKHOU) 23 August 2022
The talented shortstop went 1-for-4 last night with two strikes, and will be back on the field on Wednesday.
He remains a beloved figure among Houston fans, and deserves it.