"I felt good," Correa said. "I didn't feel great, but it felt good. Hopefully, I will be back there soon.
"Just went through a routine today. Felt pretty good. I think I'll be back there maybe tomorrow or the series against St. Louis [starting Tuesday]."
Before the game, Astros manager A.J. Hinch said Correa had to undergo more tests before determining whether the 2015 American League Rookie of the Year would be able to pinch-hit. Correa, who's batting .256 with eight home runs and 32 RBIs this season, was listed as "available."
When asked about Correa's availability for the series finale Sunday afternoon, Hinch declined to rule the player out.
"I think we've got to answer that question after every new activity that he does," Hinch said. "If he can take ground balls today, if he can swing off a live arm, that will be progress. We've got a quick turnaround with the day game, so we'll see. I'm not really making any determination until the last minute."
Correa said he recognizes a difference in his condition.
"I'd been taking treatment for a long time yesterday, so it felt way better today when I woke up," he said. "I'll get some more treatment now, and hopefully, I'll be ready to go."
Andrew Astleford is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.