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Carlos Correa begins to warm up on offense

The Puerto Rican is having a good time with the player after going through the injured list and Covid-19

Puerto Rican Carlos Correa, of the Minnesota Twins, hit a couple of home runs this Wednesday night to reach seven “home runs” in the 2022 Major League Baseball (MLB) season.

The 27-year-old star shortstop began his display of power in the first inning against Triston McKenzie, the now-Cleveland Guardians starter.

According to Baseball Savant, the Puerto Rican's connection posted an exit speed of 106.3 miles per hour and traveled 437 feet at Target Field.

Later, in the third inning, Correa punished McKenzie again. According to the aforementioned account dedicated to advanced statistics, the Puerto Rican's second full-round shot came out at 107.5 and traveled 422 feet.

On this day, Carlos Correa went 5-2, with two runs scored and just as many RBIs thanks to his home runs.

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In the month of June, the native of Ponce, Puerto Rico, bats .326, with three doubles, two home runs (those tonight) and five RBIs.

After going through the disabled list and Covid-19, Correa's offensive rebound represents great news for the Minnesota Twins.

Despite the extraordinary day of the Puerto Rican, the Guardians ended up taking the challenge (11 to 10) to maintain the bid for the Central Division of the American League.

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