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.
Manager AJ Hinch said he doesn't think Correa (ribs) will "factor into the major-league team" before the All-Star break, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
This isn't all too surprising, as Correa has made little progress since landing on the injured list at the end of May with a cracked rib. The shortstop was originally handed a 4-to-6-week return timetable, and he sounds like he's trending toward a return near the back end of that timeline. With Aledmys Diaz (hamstring) also expected to remain sidelined through the All-Star break, Jack Mayfield and Alex Bregman should continue to see the majority of time at shortstop for the Astros.
Correa (ribs) said Sunday that he has been limited to light exercises since landing on the 10-day injured list May 29 and hasn't begun any baseball activities, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
After Correa was diagnosed with a cracked rib, the Astros estimated that he would be sidelined 4-to-6 weeks with the injury. With that in mind, it's not too surprising that he hasn't made any noteworthy steps forward in his recovery since suffering the injury two weeks ago. If Correa remains at the same stage in his rehab at this point next week, however, there's a good likelihood that his recovery would trend closer to the long end of that timetable. In the case, the Astros may be inclined to proceed with extra caution and hold the star shortstop out through the All-Star break.
Correa will be sidelined 4-to-6 weeks with a cracked rib, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
It was originally thought that Correa's cracked rib would force the shortstop to miss 3-to-4 weeks, but after placing him on the injured list Wednesday, the Astros confirmed Correa would miss at least the next month and could ultimately remain sidelined through the All-Star break. Myles Straw was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock in a corresponding move, while Alex Bregman and Jack Mayfield figure to fill in at shortstop while Correa is on the mend.
Correa is expected to miss the next 3-to-4 weeks due to a cracked rib, Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston reports.
General manager Jeff Luhnow suggested earlier in the week that Correa could miss multiple weeks due to his rib injury, and a visit to the doctor Tuesday confirmed just that. The Astros have yet to officially place Correa on the IL; Alex Bregman and Jack Mayfield are options to see time at shortstop while the 24-year-old is on the shelf.
Correa's rib injury may sideline him for the next couple weeks according to general manager Jeff Luhnow, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
It's not clear if Luhnow was referring to a precise timeline for Correa. The shortstop is visiting a doctor Tuesday to determine the extent of his injury. Luhnow did downplay the idea that Correa's injury would be a long-term one, but a trip to the injured list does appear likely.
Correa is not starting Tuesday against the Cubs due to rib soreness, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Correa is being evaluated by team doctors. The severity of the injury should become clear once the result of the evaluation has been made public. Jack Mayfield starts at shortstop in his absence.
Correa remains on the bench Tuesday against the Cubs, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
There have yet to be reports of an injury, but it would be quite surprising if Correa wasn't at least dealing with something minor. Jack Mayfield starts at shortstop in his absence.
Correa will sit Monday against the Cubs, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Correa played every game in April and sits for just the second time in May. He's bounced back from a poor 2018 campaign to hit .295/.360/.547 through 50 games. Alex Bregman slides over to shortstop in his absence.
Correa went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk in Sunday's loss to Boston.
Correa kicked off the scoring in this one with an RBI single to left field, though it was the Red Sox who would emerge victorious. He's slashing .295/.360/.547 with 11 homers and 35 RBI over 50 games in 2019.
Correa went 3-for-4 with one run scored, one RBI and a walk in Saturday's 4-3 walkoff win over Boston.
Correa came to the plate in the ninth inning with nobody out and the bases juiced and drove in the game-winning run with a single against a five-man infield. The 24-year-old was 5-for-27 over his last eight games entering the contest, but he had no issues Saturday and collected his fifth three-hit game of the year.
Correa went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run Sunday against the Red Sox.
Correa took Chris Sale deep in the third inning to record his 11th home run of the season. He has now reached base in eight consecutive starts, highlighted by three multi-hit games. After battling injury for much of last season, Correa has rebounded to post an excellent .295/.357/.578 line across 185 plate appearances this season.
Correa went 2-for-5 with a three-run home run and a triple in an 11-4 victory against the Tigers on Tuesday.
The 24-year-old put together a very strong April, but he's been even better in May. Almost halfway through the month, Correa is hitting .298 with four homers, nine RBI and 10 runs. He's 6-for-13 (.462) with four RBI in the last three contests. Overall, Correa is batting .298 with 10 homers, 27 RBI, 22 runs, one steal and a .589 slugging percentage in 151 at-bats this season.
Correa went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 9-0 win over Kansas City.
One day after his 16-game hit streak was snapped. Correa began a new one with his ninth homer of the season. He's homered in three of the previous four games. The shortstop, who was saddled with a back injury in 2018, is healthy again and barreling balls at 13.5 percent, which is leading to a career-best hard-hit rate of 47.6 percent, per Statcast.
Correa went 3-for-4 with a solo home run Monday in the Astros' 6-4 win over the Royals.
Correa didn't need long to extend his hitting streak to 16 games, as he took Jakob Junis deep to center field in his first at-bat of the evening. It was the eighth home run of the season and second in as many days for Correa, who has bounced back nicely from an injury-riddled 2018 campaign. Something that may bear watching, however, is the decline in plate discipline he's displayed early on. His 8.2 percent walk rate is the lowest mark of his career, while his 26.1 percent strikeout rate is his highest.
Correa went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's 10-4 win over the Angels.
Correa's second-inning homer, his seventh, answered the Angels' run in the bottom of the first. It also extended his hitting streak to 15 games, during which he's slashing .306/.343/.629 with five homers, five doubles, 13 RBI and nine runs scored. The career .278-hitter is up to .291 over 117 at-bats.
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