The Astros’ Carlos Correa nearly delivered an American League Division Series victory to Houston back in Game 4 when he pounded two home runs and added an RBI double, but he went hitless Wednesday in Game 5 in Kansas City. In the third inning on Wednesday, he fielded a ground ball hit by the Royals’ Alex Rios.
The Astros’ Carlos Correa nearly delivered an American League Division Series victory to Houston back in Game 4 when he pounded two home runs and added an RBI double, but he went hitless Wednesday in Game 5 in Kansas City. In the third inning on Wednesday, he fielded a ground ball hit by the Royals’ Alex Rios. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
The Astros’ Carlos Correa nearly delivered an American League Division Series victory to Houston back in Game 4 when he pounded two home runs and added an RBI double, but he went hitless Wednesday in Game 5 in Kansas City. In the third inning on Wednesday, he fielded a ground ball hit by the Royals’ Alex Rios. Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

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