Correa (ribs) went 0-for-3 while playing five innings at shortstop for Triple-A Round Rock on Monday. Correa kicked off his rehab assignment with the Express on Monday. The plan calls for him to be activated July 26, the first day he's eligible to come off the 60-day injured list. In the meantime, Alex Bregman and Myles Straw will handle shortstop for the Astros.
Correa (ribs) will begin a rehab assignment Monday with Triple-A Round Rock, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports. Correa was originally expected to start the rehab stint Wednesday or soon after, but he'll instead kick things off a couple days earlier. The 24-year-old isn't eligible to be activated until July 26 due to his recent move to the 60-day injured list, so there will be no rush in getting him back up to speed.
Correa (ribs) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports. Correa has been on the IL with a cracked rib since late May, and he'll now be unable to be activated until July 26. The 24-year-old is expected to begin a rehab assignment within the next week, so if he avoids any setbacks he could seemingly return to the Astros when first eligible.
Correa (ribs) is expected to begin a rehab assignment sometime around next Wednesday, Hunter Atkins of the Houston Chronicle reports. Correa has been out with a cracked rib since late May. The Astros haven't revealed how long he's expected to remain on a rehab assignment, but it seems likely that he'll be back at some point in late July.
Correa (ribs) ran before Tuesday's game and is awaiting consultation with team doctors to discuss the next phase of his rehab, David Barron of the Houston Chronicle reports. That next phase will be participating in baseball activities, such as fielding grounders, throwing and hitting. Encouragingly, Correa has confirmed he's no longer feeling pain. He's expected to rehab through the All-Star Game, leaving him poised for a potential return following the Midsummer Classic.