Carlos Correa Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 4" / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/22/1994 (27)
Carlos Correa Season Stats
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Carlos Correa News
Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa continued his hot streak in Tuesday's 2-0 win over the Tigers, going 1-for-3 with a double, an RBI, a walk, and a strikeout. Correa has hit .333 with four RBI in his last six games since returning from the injured list with a right middle finger contusion. It would take a lot for fantasy managers to become worried about Correa, but it is encouraging to see him performing well since returning from his injury. Hopefully, this streak will translate into more power production, as Correa has slugged just .391 on the season.
The Minnesota Twins will be activate shortstop Carlos Correa (finger) from the 10-day injured list ahead of Wednesday's series finale against the Oakland Athletics. He will be taking the roster spot of fellow shortstop Royce Lewis, who is headed to Triple-A. Correa has been on the shelf for nearly two weeks due to a right middle finger contusion. Over 24 games this season, he's slashed .255/.320/.372 with two home runs, 11 RBI and 12 runs. Keep an eye out for the official announcement of his activation before you take him out of your IL spot.
Minnesota Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said that shortstop Carlos Correa (finger) will be activated from the 10-day injured list prior to Tuesday's game against the Oakland Athletics. Correa landed on the injured list on May 10 with a right middle finger contusion. To make room on the active roster, right-hander Jharel Cotton will be designated for assignment. Correa is hitting .255/.320/.372 with two home runs and 11 RBI in his first 24 games with the Twins. With Correa returning, top prospect Royce Lewis, who has been filling in at shortstop, could be sent back to Triple-A St. Paul. Correa will return to the everyday shortstop duties, and fantasy managers should be looking to get him back into their starting lineups for Tuesday's action.
Before 2020, the question of Houston Astros shortstopCarlos Correa's fantasy stardom seemed to only be about his health. He had played just one full season in his five-year career but had always posted strong numbers and flashed MVP-level upside. In 2020, he did stay on the field for a "full" season, but he really underwhelmed in those 58 games. Correa hit just .264/.326/.383 with five home runs and zero steals. Correa is now entering his age-26 season with twice as many question marks as before. Not only do the health questions exist, but now we cannot even be sure if he will be great when he's on the field. He's maintained strong plate discipline (22% strikeout rate, 7% walk rate), which is cause for optimism, but he really did not have a good batted-ball profile in 2020 with a low .306 expected wOBA and an average exit velocity of just 88.6 mph. Correa still possesses the upside to crush his low draft price, but we think those waiting for him to finally have an MVP season will be waiting forever.