Carlos Correa has been opportune with both his glove and his bat, so that the Houston Astros managed to beat the Chicago White Sox and thus achieve their classification for the fifth consecutive year to the American League Championship Series in the MLB.
The Puerto Rican batted .385 with 4 RBIs, 4 walks, 2 doubles and 5 hits, in the match that ended 3-1 in favor of the Texan team. Correa also reached 54 RBIs in his career in the playoffs and equaled Albert Pujols for sixth place in the all-time table.
The Astros will now face the Boston Red Sox, a team that also knocked out rival the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1. This Thursday in Houston begins the series between both teams.