Houston Astros entered the match on Tuesday night against Texas Rangers (HOU 4, TEX 1) having lost nine of their previous 11 games, after which they had to receive an injury to one of their top players. Reserve player Carlos Correa left the match on Tuesday after fouling his left foot in the sixth half.
Correa fell to the ground immediately and was visibly in pain, and was driven out of the yard. It seems the ball hit him on the side of his foot, near his heel. Here is the video:
As game manager Dusty Baker told reporters, including Fox 26's Mark BermanX-rays were negative and Correa had bone bruises, which is the best case scenario. He is day by day.
"He's scared. We're really scared," said Baker.
Correa, 25, entered the game on Tuesday with a .278 / .346 / .401 score with four home visits during the season. He drew 0-2 in a walk before leaving the match due to injury., though they won't have Yordan Alvarez for the rest of the season after his knee surgery. Their offense cannot afford to lose Correa in any time.
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