Carlos Correa Shortstop Minnesota Twins wants to complete his season in 2023 Major League Baseball with his wood in the best possible way.
While it is true that the average that the Puerto Rican presents is not what many expected, he is still a productive hitter for his team’s cause.
The day this Friday, September 15th, left us with the duel between Minnesota Twins j Chicago White Sox in the “Guaranteed Rate” field.
For this second engagement in the series of four Carlos Correa He was deployed fifth in the offensive order and at shortstop.
The Boricua He began his actions with an eye on the start of Chicago Jesse Scholtens, who emerged victorious in his first duel by dominating him with a line drive to the midfielder, Luis Robert Jr..
Over after a four-run rally in the second inning Twins, Carlos Correa He got his second hit of the game in the third inning.
The infielder hit a grounder through the shortstop, but an error by Tim Anderson caused him to reach first. He then moved to second on one play and ended up scoring on a single by Matt Wallner, making it 5×0.
After striking out in the fourth inning, Carlos Correa His wood began to ring. In the seventh, he opened the offense with a single to right against Tanner Banks, but was taken out of action on a double play.
The infielder’s last plate appearance came in the ninth inning, where he got his big hit of the day.
With the score 6×2 in favor of Minnesota, one out and runners on first and second, the Puerto Rican struck out his fifth hit of the game against reliever Michael Kopech.
Carlos Correa hit his 29th double of the year
With the score tied 0-1, the Puerto Rican hit a line drive that ended deep in left field to move Alex Kirilloff from second with the team’s seventh run, leaving runners on second and third.
With the connection, the sixth-place defender added his 29th double of the year and reached 64 RBIs. He was also one base shy of 50 this season.
He later scored on a run thanks to a single from Ryan Jeffers, increasing the score to 10×2.
Minnesota Twins won the victory 10 to 2 against Chicago White Sox with the Puerto Rican going 2 for 5 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI.
So far in 2023, Carlos Correa He has a .230 average with 18 home runs, 49 extra-base hits, 59 runs scored and an OPS of .712.