Correa went 2-for-3 with a solo homer and two runs Saturday against the Angels. Correa's 15th a big fly of the campaign helped extend the Astros lead to six runs in the fifth inning of a victory. He's now hit safely in seven of his last nine contests, and he's slashing .266/363/.470 on the year.
Correa went 1-for-2 with three walks and three RBI Wednesday against Oakland. The shortstop drew a bases-loaded walk in the second and added a two-run bloop single with the bases loaded in the eighth. Correa leads the team with 62 RBI, including 29 since June 20, which is most in MLB during that span.
Correa went 2-for-4 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored during Monday's 7-4 loss at Oakland. Correa has been productive as the Astros' cleanup hitter, going 30-for-107 (.280) with six homers, 26 RBI and a .932 OPS over the last 30 days. While Tuesday's matchup against southpaw Dillon Overton appears favorable, Correa's production against left-handers (.632 OPS) has dipped considerably this season.
Correa went 2-for-5 with a homer, three runs and three RBI Friday against the Athletics. Correa got the Astros on the board with a two-run blast in the fourth inning of a game the team would eventually win. He's now reached base safely in nine of his last 10 games, and he's slashing .264/.360/.469 on the year.
Correa homered as part of a 3-for-4 game with two runs scored and four RBI in Tuesday's win over the Angels. Correa also doubled, making this the fourth time in his past nine starts in which he has hit both a home run and a double in the same game. He is on a major hot streak and has raised his batting line from an already respectable .254/.354/.421 to .265/.363/.473 in that short time. Power can be streaky, and there should be no doubt that Correa is capable of reeling off a hot one like this at any time.