20-Year-Old Shortstop – Houston Astros
2014 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
Correa, the No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 MLB draft, got off to a slow start in April (.221 batting average), but really turned up the heat after that to finish his first full season with an impressi...
Carlos Correa Contract Information:
Agreed to a contract with the Astros in June of 2012 including a $4.8 million signing bonus.
Astros GM Jeff Luhnow said Wednesday that Correa (ankle) is progressing well and should be fully recovered for the start of spring training.
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Houston Astros Roster
MajorsAltuve, Jose (2B)
AAABass, Anthony (P)
AAAplin, Andrew (OF)
A+Borchering, Bobby (3B)
ABushue, Tanner (P)
RookieAmador, Wilson (SS)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
The surprise first overall pick of the 2012 draft struggled a bit in his first Gulf Coast League action, but turned it on when he was promoted to the Appalachian League in early August -- hitting .371/.450/.600 in limited at-bats. Correa looks like he will stick at shortstop, but at just 18, a lot will depend on how his body matures over the next three-to-four years. He will need to work on his endurance as he did not play every day in Puerto Rico. Correa will likely start the year on one of the Astros' short-season teams, but if things go well he should find his way to one of the team's full-season clubs when all is said and done.