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‘Memories will live on forever’

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Correa signed a three-year, $105.3 million deal with Minnesota over the weekend. The deal gives him the option to get out of the contract and test free agency at the end of each season, if he desires. Correa always will be remembered for being a leader on an Astros team that’s been to three World Series in five seasons and won the franchise’s first title in 2017. The Astros picked Correa No. 1 overall in the 2012 draft and he made his Major League debut just three years later at 20 and was named Rookie of the Year. 

In seven seasons, Correa hit .277 with 133 home runs, but was known most for big hits in the postseason. His 18 career postseason home runs is seventh all-time in baseball, tied with Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle. Besides his breakout year at the plate in 2021, Correa also won his first Gold Glove at shortstop and earned the Platinum Glove as the best defensive player in the American League.

“Thank you to the Astros organization for the great moments in the past 10 years,” Correa posted on Instagram on Wednesday night.

“Thank you to the fans for embracing me as one of your own. From a 17-year-old boy to a 27-year-old father you’ve seen me grow, and you’ve shown me your love and support.


“Thank you to my former teammates for making me the player and person I am today. We will always be family.

“Now it’s time to say goodbye but the memories will live on forever.

“Love you H-Town.

“Minnesota let’s get to work. My family and I are excited for this new chapter. Looking forward to seeing you all at Target Field.”

Several of Correa’s Astros teammates commented on the post, including Lance McCullers, Alex Bregman, Yuli Gurriel, Josh Reddick, Cristian Javier, Jose Siri, Tony Kemp, Enoli Paredes. 



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‘Memories will live on forever’

2 min read

Correa signed a three-year, $105.3 million deal with Minnesota over the weekend. The deal gives him the option to get out of the contract and test free agency at the end of each season, if he desires. Correa always will be remembered for being a leader on an Astros team that’s been to three World Series in five seasons and won the franchise’s first title in 2017. The Astros picked Correa No. 1 overall in the 2012 draft and he made his Major League debut just three years later at 20 and was named Rookie of the Year. 

In seven seasons, Correa hit .277 with 133 home runs, but was known most for big hits in the postseason. His 18 career postseason home runs is seventh all-time in baseball, tied with Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle. Besides his breakout year at the plate in 2021, Correa also won his first Gold Glove at shortstop and earned the Platinum Glove as the best defensive player in the American League.

“Thank you to the Astros organization for the great moments in the past 10 years,” Correa posted on Instagram on Wednesday night.

“Thank you to the fans for embracing me as one of your own. From a 17-year-old boy to a 27-year-old father you’ve seen me grow, and you’ve shown me your love and support.


“Thank you to my former teammates for making me the player and person I am today. We will always be family.

“Now it’s time to say goodbye but the memories will live on forever.

“Love you H-Town.

“Minnesota let’s get to work. My family and I are excited for this new chapter. Looking forward to seeing you all at Target Field.”

Several of Correa’s Astros teammates commented on the post, including Lance McCullers, Alex Bregman, Yuli Gurriel, Josh Reddick, Cristian Javier, Jose Siri, Tony Kemp, Enoli Paredes. 



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