"Clutch," Correa said. "That's what this team is about, we never give up. We've been coming from behind all year long. Hopefully we can keep doing that.
"We've had innings like that. With the lineup that we have, I expect that will happen a lot in the 162 games. We've just got to be consistent."
Gonzalez's two-run double plated the first two runs, continuing the super-utilityman's superb month of May. Gonzalez has reached base safely in 21 consecutive starts, and he leads the American League in batting average at .381.
"I was just trying to get one run, hit a fly ball, try to bring in a run, and that started everything," Gonzalez said. "But I hit a double, got a good pitch to hit. I was hoping to get it in the Crawford Boxes."
The Astros are 27-4 when scoring four runs or more. So if the Astros can score four, if not more, they're in good position, Correa says.
"We feel ready," the shortstop said. "We're very confident with the team we have. Hopefully we can stay consistent and healthy."
Christian Boutwell is a reporter for MLB.com based in Houston. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.