Carlos Correa

Carlos Correa #1

  • SS
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 4"/215
  • Age: 22


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Carlos Correa 2017 Stats

61 .197 2 5 0 .581

Carlos Correa MLB Career Stats

1025 .271 44 169 27 .815

Carlos Correa Bio

  • Full Name: Carlos Javier Correa
  • Born: 9/22/1994 in Ponce, Puerto Rico
  • Draft: 2012, Houston Astros, 1st rd. (1st overall)
  • High School: Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Gurabo, PR
  • Debut: 6/8/2015
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2017 Stats 61 7 12 2 5 0 .197 .286 .581
MLB Career Stats 1025 135 278 44 169 27 .271 .350 .815

Carlos Correa Statcast Averages

Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Exit Velocity (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2017 Astros AL 70 49 86.68 195.99 -2.87 10.19 39.69
MLB Avg - - - - 87.60 184.22 -0.50 12.75 40.71
Year Team LG PA HIP Avg Exit Velocity (mph) Avg Distance (feet) Avg Gen Velocity (mph) Avg Launch Angle (deg) Avg Height (feet)
2017 Astros AL 70 49 86.68 195.99 -2.87 10.19 39.69
MLB Avg - - - - 87.60 184.22 -0.50 12.75 40.71


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Carlos Correa Stats

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Carlos Correa Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Carlos Correa Statcast Events


Carlos Correa 2017 Projections

Rest of Season
129 488 71 132 220 28 2 19 74 60 4 107 11 6 .270 .353 .453 .805
145 549 78 144 238 28 2 21 79 66 5 119 11 6 .262 .345 .435 .780
Rest of Season
129 488 71 132 220 28 2 19 74 60 4 107 11 6 .270 .353 .453 .805
145 549 78 144 238 28 2 21 79 66 5 119 11 6 .262 .345 .435 .780

Carlos Correa News

Carlos Correa Fantasy News

April 23, 2017 at 5:04 PM ET

Correa slugs second homer

Astros shortstop Carlos Correa went 1-for-5 with a two-run homer against the Rays on Sunday.

April 20, 2017 at 2:22 PM ET

Correa returns to lineup

Carlos Correa was back in the Astros' lineup for Thursday's series finale against the Angels, starting at shortstop after missing the previous three games with a bruised right hand, which he suffered when he was hit by a pitch on Saturday in Oakland.


Carlos Correa Awards

AL Rookie of the Year

Year Team League
2015 Houston AL

AL Rookie of the Month

Month Team League
06/2015 Houston AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/26/2016 Houston AL
08/14/2016 Houston AL

MLB Players Choice AL Outstanding Rookie

Year Team League
2015 Houston AL

WBC All-Tournament Team

Year Team League
2017 Puerto Rico WBC

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2014 Lancaster CAL Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2013 Houston AL
2014 Houston AL

TEX Player of the Week

Week Team League
04/27/2015 Corpus Christi TEX
05/11/2015 Corpus Christi TEX

CAL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2014 Lancaster CAL

MID Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2013 Quad Cities MID

MID Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2013 Quad Cities MID

Carlos Correa Leaderboards

Runs Batted In

Season RBI Rank
2016 96 21st in AL

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2015 14 24th in AL

On-base Percentage

Season OBP Rank
2016 .361 16th in AL


Season BB Rank
2016 75 11th in AL


Season 2B Rank
2016 36 10th in AL


Season SO Rank
2016 139 20th in AL

Carlos Correa Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 8, 2015 Houston Astros selected the contract of SS Carlos Correa from Fresno Grizzlies.
May 12, 2015 SS Carlos Correa assigned to Fresno Grizzlies from Corpus Christi Hooks.
April 1, 2015 SS Carlos Correa assigned to Corpus Christi Hooks from Lancaster JetHawks.
January 13, 2015 Houston Astros invited non-roster SS Carlos Correa to spring training.
September 17, 2014 Lancaster JetHawks activated SS Carlos Correa from the 7-day disabled list.
June 23, 2014 Lancaster JetHawks placed SS Carlos Correa on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to June 22, 2014.
April 2, 2014 SS Carlos Correa assigned to Lancaster JetHawks from Quad Cities River Bandits.
January 14, 2014 Houston Astros invited non-roster SS Carlos Correa to spring training.
May 10, 2013 Quad Cities River Bandits activated SS Carlos Correa from the 7-day disabled list.
May 3, 2013 Quad Cities River Bandits placed SS Carlos Correa on the 7-day disabled list.
April 1, 2013 SS Carlos Correa assigned to Quad Cities River Bandits from Greeneville Astros.
March 16, 2013 SS Carlos Correa assigned to Houston Astros.
August 11, 2012 Carlos Correa assigned to Greeneville Astros from GCL Astros.
June 8, 2012 Carlos Correa assigned to GCL Astros.
June 7, 2012 Houston Astros signed SS Carlos Correa.

Carlos Javier Correa Bio Info

Played amateur baseball at the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy in Gurabo, P.R., and was named a Rawlings First Team All-American in 2012, his final year at the academy...Drafted by Houston with the first overall selection in the June 2012 draft...signed by Astros scouts Larry Pardo and Joey Sola...Became the highest-drafted player ever out of Puerto Rico, a label that was previously held by catcher Ramon Castro, who was picked 17th overall by Houston in 1994...Will play for Puerto Rico in the 2017 World Baseball Classic...will be joined by Astros teammate Carlos Beltran...At 6-foot-4, is considered an extremely tall shortstop...his 252 games played at shortstop are the second-most by a SS listed as 6'4" or taller in Major League history...Cal Ripken Jr. (6'4") holds the top spot at 3,001g. • Has a partnership with the Houston Children's Charity "A Better Night Sleep" program for the "Restless For The Cause" initiative...the program provides mattresses, foundations, bed frames, sheets, pillows and blankets to children in need in the Houston Area. • Holds an annual golf tournament in Puerto Rico, which benefits families living in poverty...Dallas Keuchel and Lance McCullers were in attendance at the event held in Dec. of 2016...In 2015, became the second player in franchise history to win the Rookie of the Year, joining Jeff Bagwell, who won the NL award in 1991...he also became the sixth Puerto Rican to win the Rookie of the Year, joining Orlando Cepeda (1958), Benito Santiago (1987), Sandy Alomar (1990), Carlos Beltran (1999), Geovany Soto (2008)...Added to the Astros 40-man roster in June of currently signed to a one-year contract that runs through 2017.


Had a phenomenal sophomore campaign, in what was his first full season in the Majors...recorded his second consecutive 20+ home run season...finished the season with 41 career homers as a shortstop, which became the most in franchise history at the position...joined Mike Trout as the only players since 2007 to record 96 RBI in a season prior to their age-22 campaign...batted clean-up in 91 games...marked the most by an AL shortstop since Nomar Garciaparra batted fourth in 114 games in 2000...marked the most by an Astros shortstop in franchise history...tallied four walkoff hits, which led the Majors...his four walkoffs came on May 24 vs. BAL (single off Dylan Bundy), June 4 vs. OAK (single off Ryan Madson), June 21 vs. LAA (double off Huston Street) and Aug. 1 vs. TOR (double off Scott Feldman)...tied a franchise record, accomplished three other times in a season: Phil Garner in 1984, Nellie Fox in 1964 and Bob Aspromonte in 1963...Correa also had a walkoff via error on July 11...recorded 75 walks, which were the most walks by a Major League shortstop in a single season since Marco Scutaro walked 90 times in 2009... led AL shortstops in walks (75), doubles (36), RBI (93) and OPS (.804)...ranked second in OBP (.360), third in slugging (.444) and tied for fourth in homers (19)...he and second baseman Jose Altuve each had 96 RBI, becoming the first AL middle infield combo to reach 95 or more RBI in the same season since 1950, when Red Sox SS Bobby Doerr (120) and 2B Vern Stephens (144) turned the trick...93 of his 96 RBI came as a shortstop, which set a single-season club record (previously Miguel Tejada, 86 in 2009)...had 21 RBI vs. the Angels, which ranked tied for third against Los Angeles (AL) in a single season alltime...trailed only Sal Bando (22 in 1969) and Jim Gentile (25 in 1961)...made his first appearance on an Opening Day roster...spent the full season on the active roster...missed three games from June 10-12, after sustaining a sprained left ankle on June 9...missed four games from Sept. 7-10 with inflammation in his left shoulder...made his first Opening Day start on April 5 at 21 years, 195 days, became the youngest player in club history to make an Opening Day start since Cesar Cedeno (21.050) in 1972...also became the youngest shortstop in club history to make an Opening Day start...previously Sonny Jackson (21.277) in 1966...went 1x4 with a solo HR, two RBI and two steals on Opening Day...became the youngest Astros player to homer on Opening Day at 21 years, 196 days old...Terry Puhl (21.272) previously held that distinction on April 6, 1978 at CIN...marked his 23rd career HR in what was his 100th career game...23 HR are the most HR by a shortstop through their first 100 in MLB history, surpassing Nomar Garciaparra (16)...set a career high with four hits on April 6 at NYY...hit his second and third homers of the season, which was also his third career multi-HR game...became the youngest visiting player with two HR in a game in New York vs. the Yankees since Manny Ramirez in 1993 (ESPN Stats and Info)...became the first Astros player to hit three HRs in the team's first two games in a season...snapped an 0x15 slump with a bases-loaded walkoff, RBI-single in the 13th inning on May 24 vs. BAL...was his second career walkoff hit...had a 12-game hitting streak vs. the Angels which spanned from June 23, 2015-May 27, 2016... at the time, tied as the longest active streak against LAA, along with Chase Utley...batted .375 (18x48) in that span...hit a three-run, two-out, 13th-inning home run on May 29 at LAA in the pinch to give the Astros their series victory over the Angels...marked his first career pinch-hit plate appearance...recorded a walk in a careerlong five straight games from April 27-May 5...tallied eight walks in that span...recorded his 100th career RBI on June 5 vs. OAK...reached 100 RBI in his career (156g) faster than any other player in franchise history...Hunter Pence held the previous record at 158 games...named the AL Player of the Week on June 27, becoming the youngest player in club history to win a weekly award (21, previously SS Andujar Cedeno, 22 years, Sept. 2-8, 1991)...marked his first career weekly award...during the week, led the AL in doubles (4) and extra-base hits (7), while tying for the AL lead in HR (3) and RBI (9)...hit .333 (8x24) with a 1.282 OPS (.407 OBP/.875 SLG)...homered in both games of a doubleheader on Aug. 11 at MIN, going 4x8 with a double, four runs scored, one walk and four total RBI...became the second Astros player at 21 years old to homer in both games of a doubleheader, joining Rusty Staub, who did so on Sept. 19, 1965 at MON...also homered on Aug. 9, giving him a career-long three consecutive games with a homer...became the fourth shortstop in club history to homer in three straight games: also Jed Lowrie (2012), Andujar Cedeno (1994, 1993) and Craig Reynolds (1981)...was named AL Player of the Week for the week of Aug. 8-14...marked his second weekly award of the season (also 6/20-26), and fifth by an Astros player in 2016...during the week, he hit safely in all seven of his games at a .429 (12x28) clip with six runs, three doubles, three HR, 12 RBI and a 1.324 OPS (.467 OBP/.857 SLG)...had a career-long 13-game hitting streak from Aug. 24-Sept. 11...tied the longest by an Astro in 2016 (Gonzalez, 7/15-8/3).

A June call-up, Correa played the entire season as the youngest position player in the Major Leagues, yet hit third for the Astros en route to being named the Jackie Robinson AL Rookie of the Year...also earned the MLBPA Players Choice Award for the AL Most Outstanding Rookie and was named the Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year...the 21-year-old set a franchise rookie record for homers in a season (previously Lance Berkman with 21 in 2000), in addition to hitting the most homers by a shortstop in club history for a single season (previously Dickie Thon with 20 in 1983)...despite being the youngest position player in the Majors and playing in just 99 games, led all Major League shortstops in homers, OPS (.857) and slugging (.512), while ranking fourth in on-base percentage (.345)...led all AL rookies in HR, SLG and OPS, while ranking second in RBI and OBP, and third in batting average (min. 400PA)...among Astros rookies all-time, ranked fourth in OPS and fifth in RBI, which were both the highest totals by an Astros rookie since Hunter Pence in 2007 (.899 OPS/69RBI)...stole 14 bases, going 14-for-18 (77.8%) in attempts...14 steals rank seventh all-time in club history by a rookie, and mark the most by a Houston rookie since Willy Taveras swiped 34 bags in 2005...was named the AL June Rookie of the Month...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 18 home runs were the second-most by a shortstop prior to his 21st birthday in MLB history,behind only Alex Rodriguez (26) the only shortstop in the last 100 years to record 22 homers within his first 100 games in the Major Leagues...the previous record was held by Nomar Garciaparra (16 HR in first 100 games)...joined Garciaparra (30HR/22SB) as the only shortstops in Major League history to reach 22 homers and 14 steals in their rookie season...per Baseball Reference, his 4.1 wins above replacement ranked as the second-highest total by a shortstop prior to his age-21 season, trailing only Alex Rodriguez and his 9.4 mark set in 1996, his age-20 season...became one of 19 Major Leaguers all-time to record 22 homers prior to his age-21 season...prior to Correa, the only players to do this since 1990: Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, Giancarlo Stanton, Adrian Beltre, Andruw Jones, Alex Rodriguez and Ken Griffey Jr...from the date of his Major League debut (June 8) through the end of the season, led the Astros in homers, RBI, extra-base hits (45), go-ahead RBI (20), game-winning RBI (8) and slugging percentage, while ranking second in hits (108) and tied for second in steals (14)...hit .359 (51x142) with 11 homers and a 1.097 OPS (.435 OBP/.662SLG) with two outs...ranked second in the AL in both batting average and OPS with two outs, trailing Lorenzo Cain (.372) in average and Mike Trout in OPS (1.153)...hit .395 (15x38) with four homers, 19 RBI and a 1.240 OPS in 44 plate appearances with runners in scoring position and two outs...began his season at Double A Corpus Christi...was promoted to Triple A Fresno on May 11, and was selected to the Major League roster on June 8...missed four games with left hamstring soreness from Aug. 26-30...made his Major League debut on June 8 at CWS, going 1x4 with an RBI-single off LHP Chris 20 years, 259 days, became the youngest player in club history to make a start at shortstop, edging out Alex Taveras,who was 20 years and 341 days old on Sept. 14, 1976...became the youngest Astros position player to make his MLB debut since Derrel Thomas on Sept. 14, 1971 (20 years, 243 days)...became the third player in club history to reach base safely in each of his first 10 Major League games, joining Kiké Hernandez (2014) and Jimmy Wynn (1963)...per Elias, became the third player in club history with three consecutive multi-hit games within the first 10 days of his Major League debut: also Ken Caminiti (1987) and Orlando Miller (1994)...on June 18 at COL, stole three bases, becoming the third-youngest player in the modern era to swipe three bags in a game (20 years, 269 days) (Elias Sports Bureau)...Rickey Henderson (Aug. 23, 1979,20.241) and Ty Cobb (Sept. 2, 1907, 20.258) were the only two to do it at a younger age...was named the AL Rookie of the Month for June, becoming the sixth player in club history to win a Rookie of the Month award...led all AL rookies in OPS (.852), slugging (.543), RBI (15) and doubles (9) while ranking tied for first in homers (5) and third in average (.287) during the Houston's 12-8, 10th-inning victory over the Red Sox on July 3 at Fenway Park, hit a go-ahead solo homer in the 8th inning and a game-winning, RBI-single in the 10th...per Elias, became the first player age 20 or younger to record a game-winning RBI in an extra-innings win since Manny Machado on May 10, 2013...the only other Houston player to do this was Cesar Cedeno in both 1970 and 1971 at the age of 19 and 20...tallied his 50th base hit on July 28 vs. LAA following a 3x4 performance...per Elias, became the fourth player since 1950 to accumulate 50 hits within his first 42 games in the Majors before turning 21, joining Rennie Stennett (1971) and Hall of Famers Roberto Clemente (1955) and Orlando Cepeda (1958)...recorded his 15th homer on Aug. 19 vs. TB in what was his 62nd game...per Elias, there have been only two players in Major League history to hit at least 15 homers before turning 21 in fewer games than Correa did: Willie Mays (55th game, in 1951) and Frank Robinson (58th game, in 1956)...on Aug. 14 vs. DET, drew three 20 years, 326 days, became the youngest Houston player to record three walks in a game since Joe Morgan (20 years, 10 days) did so on Sept. 29, 1963 vs. NYM...knocked his first-career walk-off hit on Aug. 19 vs. TB...was an RBI-single in the 13th inning...went 3x4 with a triple, homer, single, walk, stolen base, four RBI and four runs scored on Oct.2 at ARI...the only player younger than Correa (21 years, 10 days) to record a homer, triple, single and walk in a single game since 1914 was Ted Williams (twice in 1939)...his four RBI on Oct. 2 at ARI tied his career high (accomplished three times), while his four runs set a single-game career high...became the youngest player in club history to record four RBI and four runs in the same game, and the youngest Major Leaguer to do so since Miguel Cabrera on July 1, 2003...started at shortstop in all six of Houston's postseason games...made his first career postseason appearance in the Wild Card Game at 21 years, 14 days,became the youngest player in club history to appear in a playoff game...previously Richard Hidalgo (22years, 94 days) in Game 1 of the 1997 NLDS at ATL...became the third-youngest player to start a playoff game at shortstop in MLB history, behind Miguel Cabrera (2003 NLCS) and Travis Jackson (1924 World Series)...recorded his first career postseason hit in Game 1 of the 21 years, 15 days old, became the youngest player in club history to record a hit in the playoffs...the record was previously held by Richard Hidalgo, who went 1x4 at 23 years, 98 days old in Game 4 of the 1998 NLDS at SD...went 4x4 with two homers, a double and four total RBI in Game 4 of the ALDS vs. KC...became the second player in Astros franchise history to hit multiple homers in a postseason game, joining Carlos Beltran (Game 5 of the 2004 NLDS at ATL)...became the second-youngest player in Major League history (21 years, 20 days) to hit multiple homers in a postseason game, behind only Andruw Jones (19 years, 180 days), who hit two homers in Game 1 of the 1996 World Series at NYY...per ESPN Stats & Info, his 11 total bases in Game 4 of the ALDS marked the most by a shortstop in a single postseason game in MLB history...Derek Jeter held the previous record with 10 total bases in Game 1 of the 2006 ALDS vs. DET...per the Elias Sports Bureau,became the youngest player to record at least four hits and four RBI in a postseason game...the only other player to do this before his 25th birthday was Goose Goslin (23), who did so in Game 4 of the 1924 World Series for the Senators...per Elias, became the third player in MLB history age 21 or younger to hit in the third spot in the order in a playoff game, joining Joe DiMaggio (1936 World Series) and Mickey Mantle(1952 World Series).
Began the season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 1 prospect, 'Best Defensive Infielder', 'Best Infield Arm' and 'Best Hitter for Average' in Houston's system, as well as the No. 7 prospect overall in baseball...had a standout season at Class A Advanced Lancaster as a 19-year-old before sustaining a season-ending ankle injury (fractured right fibula) in June...was named a California League Midseason All-Star, hitting .325 (81x249) with 16 doubles, six triples, six homers, 57 RBI, 20 steals and a .926 OPS (.416 OBP/.510SLG)...prior to his injury, was leading all California League shortstops with a .969 fielding percentage...named an Organization All-Star...had just five plate appearances against younger pitchers, spending the vast majority of the season facing older competition (288 plate appearances)...named Lancaster's Player of the Month for May (.330, 38x115, 8 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR, 31 RBI, 9 SB)...received his first career invite to Major League Spring Training on Jan. 14...played in 16 Major League games, hitting .200 (6x30) with two doubles,two homers and three RBI.

Entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 1 prospect, 'Best Power Hitter', 'Best Defensive Infielder' and 'Best Infield Arm' in the Astros system...tabbed by as the No. 30 prospect overall and No. 5 shortstop prospect in baseball...ranked by as the No. 24 prospect in baseball...was in minor league camp, but joined the Astros Major League club for four games and hit .455 (5x11) with three RBI in those games...played the entire regular season with Class A Quad Cities, posting a .320 (144x450) average with 33 doubles, nine home runs, 86 RBI and a .405 on-base percentage...led all Midwest League shortstops in fielding percentage while playing the entire season as the second-youngest player in the league...offensively, he led the league in OPS (.872) while finishing second in on-base percentage (.405) and third in batting average (.320)...was named a Midseason and Postseason All-Star...earned Quad Cities Player of the Month in May (.349, 30x86, 6 2B, 18 RBI) and in June (.370, 37x100, 6 2B, 2HR, 15 RBI).


Drafted first overall by the Astros out of the Puerto Rican Baseball Academy in Gurabo, P.R...the draft was held on June 5, and Correa signed two days later on June 7...reported to the GCL Astros, were he would make his professional debut on June 18 vs. the GCL Cardinals and went 1x5 with a walk and a stolen base...would go on to play 39 games, hitting .232 (36x155) with 11 doubles, two home runs and nine RBI...started 36 games at shortstop, committing 11 errors...hit .324 (11x34) vs. LHP...named the GCL Astros Defensive Player of the Month in July...promoted to rookie level Greeneville on Aug. 11 and hit .371 (13x35) with three doubles, one triple, one homer and three RBI in 11 games, all starts at shortstop...following the season, was named by Baseball America as the 'Best Power Hitter' among the Astros 2012 draft class and shared Best Defensive Player honors with OF Andrew Aplin...also rated by BA as the No. 2 prospect in the GCL, trailing only OF Byron Buxton.