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On October 6, 2017, Correa hit his first home run of the 2017 postseason against the Boston Red Sox in Game 2 of the American League Division Series. Two days later, he would hit his second home run of the postseason. On October 14, he hit his third home run of the post season including a walk-off double leading the Astros to their second win of the ALCS series against theYankees. Correa and the Astros offense slumped as they lost all three middle games at Yankee Stadium. The Astros won Game 7 by a score of 4−0, advancing to their second World Series in franchise history, to face the National League pennant-winning Los Angeles Dodgers. In Game 2, Correa, along with two Astros teammates–José Altuve and George Springer—and two Dodgers players–Charlie Culberson and Yasiel Puig—all homered in extra innings as the Astros prevailed, 7−6. The five home runs accounted for the most hit in extra innings of any single game in major league history. Correa went 3-5 in Game 5 including an RBI double and 1 of the 5 home runs by the Astros helping them beat the Dodgers 13-12. His effort helped setting the new record of most total home runs in a World Series. The game lasted 5:17 hours becoming the second longest World Series in history. The Astros won the World Series in Game 7 giving them their first title in francise history.
Carlos Correa experienced the greatest professional moment of his life. The star player celebrated the Houston Astros' World Series title by proposing to his girlfriend on the field. SUBSCRIBE to get the latest from #STEVETVShow: Connect with STEVE online! Visit the STEVE WEBSITE: http://www.stevetv.com Like STEVE on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SteveHarveytv/ Like Steve Harvey on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SteveHarvey/ Follow @SteveTVShow on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/stevetvshow Follow @IamSteveHarvey on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/IAmSteveHarvey Follow @SteveTVShow on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/stevetvshow/
Pint-sized patients at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital forgot about the nurses and needles Tuesday as they anxiously waited to meet the hero who helped bring Houston a World Series championship. The room erupted when Carlos Correa walked in.
Tanto niños como grandes esperaron horas para poder conocer al pelotero boricua y tomarse una fotografía.
Correa, Springer & Altuve show just how much star power the Astros can bring | Mike and Mike
For the first time since hurricanes ravaged his homeland, Astros World Series champion, Carlos Correa returns to give back and help those in need. He tells CNN's Coy Wire about his emotions now that he is back.