A former Houston Astros legend, Carlos Correa, has faced another injury setback at the beginning of the season, diagnosed with a right oblique strain, expected to require time on the injured list for recovery.

By the Numbers
  • Carlos Correa has a slash line of .324/.452/.471 and a 169 OPS+ through 10 games played this season.
  • Correa played 110 games or more in a normal season only three out of the six eligible years during his tenure with the Astros.
Yes, But

Correa has faced multiple injury setbacks since joining the Minnesota Twins, impacting his availability throughout his career.

State of Play
  • The Houston Astros have struggled with a 4-11 record for the season following a recent loss to the Texas Rangers.
  • Correa's injury adds to the challenges facing the Minnesota Twins, impacting their lineup and performance.
What's Next

The focus remains on how long Correa will be sidelined due to the oblique strain and how the Minnesota Twins will adjust their lineup in his absence.

Bottom Line

Carlos Correa's latest injury setback disrupts his strong start to the season, posing challenges for both him and the Minnesota Twins as they navigate his recovery and absence from the lineup.