Carlos Correa, star shortstop for the Houston Astros, showed all his power once again in the sweetest moment in baseball. All thanks to his homerun in the ninth inning against the shipments of closer Nick Anderson and giving the sidereal victory 4-3 in the American League Championship Series.
Said hit from four corners, meant the third walk-off in the current postseason. In addition, he equaled the Dominican David Ortiz, who until a few days ago held the lead in this line of home runs.
But that's not all, 16 years ago "Big Papi" left the New York Yankees on the ground and in an American League Championship Series.
In this way, the Puerto Rican emulated a player who built his own legacy with the uniform of the Boston Red Sox and for more than 15 years in the best baseball in the world.
The same hit came in a game five, making the four-base run at Petco Park in San Diego even more special.
Finally, the 26-year-old major league, he has achieved 13 hits in the postseason, of which six were home runs and 14 RBIs. All of this against the Minnesota Twins, Oakland Athletics and the Tampa Bay Rays. Not forgetting his average with the wood of 342, being the hottest bat of the sidereal set.