Carlos Correa Bio, Net Worth, Age, Wife, Contract, Family, Height

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Carlos Correa

Facts About Carlos Correa

Celebrated Name Carlos Correa
Age 27 Years
Nick Name Carlos
Birth Name Carlos Javier Correa Oppenheimer
Birth Date 1994-09-22
Gender Male
Profession Baseball Player
Birth Nation Puerto Rico
Place Of Birth Ponce
Nationality Puerto Rican
Ethnicity Mixed
Religion Christian
Horoscope Virgo
Father Carlos Correa Sr.
Mother Sandybel Oppenheimer
Siblings 2
Brothers Jean Carlos Correa
Sisters Leibysand Correa
High School Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School (PRBAHS)
School Raham Baptist Academy
University University of Miami
Awards Platinum Glove Award and more
Net Worth $7 Million
Salary $11,700,000
Source of Wealth Baseball Career
Marital Status Married
Wife Daniella Rodriguez
Sexual Orientation Straight
Son Kylo Daniel Correa
Height 1.93 m or 6 ft 4 in
Weight 200 Pounds or 100 Kg
Body Measurement 45-36-16 in (chest-waist-bicep)
Body Type Athletic
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Position Shortstop
Current Team Free Agent
Links Wikipedia Instagram

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Carlos Correa is a professional baseballer from Ponce, Puerto Rico who is currently a free agent. His playing position is shortstop. Back then, he played for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB). The Astros selected Correa with the first overall selection of the 2012 MLB draft. In June 2015, he made his MLB debut. In 2021, he was named to his second All-Star Game and won the Gold Glove and Platinum Glove Awards. He has even appeared in the World Baseball Classic, won the AL Player of the Month Award for May, was named an MLB All-Star, and also won the World Series in 2017. 

What is Carlos Correa Known For?

  • Being a baseball shortstop. 
  • Playing for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB). 

What Nationality is Carlos Correa?

Carlos Correa took birth on 22nd September 1994 in Ponce, Puerto Rico. His birth name is Carlos Javier Correa Oppenheimer. His nationality is Puerto Rican and he is of mixed Caucasian-Hispanic ethnic background. His zodiac sign is Virgo and he follows the Christianity religion. He was born to his father, Carlos Correa. Sr. and his mother, Sandybel Oppenheimer. His family had a low income and lived in a small house in Barrio Velazquez. There, he spent his early life. He also has two siblings namely Jean Correa (brother) and Leibysand Correa (sister). His brother, Jean Carlos Correa was selected by the Astros in the 2018 MLB draft. He celebrated his 27th birthday as of 2021. 

About his early career, he was assigned to play as a first baseman due to his hitting ability, while his father continued training him every day during their free time. When he was seven years old, Correa was performing solidly in Santa Isabel's Playita Cortada American Baseball Congress affiliate, hitting up to 150 home runs. He was also an honor student and received a scholarship to attend Raham Baptist Academy. Soon after, the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School (PRBAHS) brought Correa in as a scholarship student. In 2010, Correa participated in the Perfect Game BCS Finals and the WWBA PG Underclassman World Championships. After graduating from the PRBAHS, Correa signed a letter of commitment with the University of Miami. Moreover, he was also a member of Team Mizuno and the Puerto Rico National Baseball Team that participated in the youth Pan-American tournament. 

Carlos Correa Career Timeline

  • Initially, he was selected by the Astros as the first overall pick on 4th June 2012. With his selection, he became the highest-selected player to be drafted directly from a Puerto Rican high school. 
  • Next, he signed with the Astros on 7th June 2012, agreeing to a $4.8 million signing bonus. 
  • After that, he began his professional career with the Gulf Coast Astros of the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League and was promoted to Greeneville Astros of the Rookie-level Appalachian League. He opened the 2013 season with the Quad City River Bandits of the Class A Midwest League.
  • On 14th January 2014, the Astros invited Correa to spring training as a non-roster player. Later, they assigned him to the Lancaster JetHawks of the Class A-Advanced California League to start the 2014 season.
  • He fractured his right fibula which required surgery. This ended his season. 

Puerto Rican Baseballer, Carlos Correa

Source: @instagram.com/teamcjcorrea

  • After his recovery, he was promoted by the Astros to the Fresno Grizzlies of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League on May 11. In 24 games with the Grizzlies, he hit .276 with three home runs and 12 RBIs. 
  • Next, the Astros promoted Correa to the major league on 8th June 2015. 
  • He made his MLB debut against Chicago White. 
  • On 5th July 2015, he became the first player since 1914 to record five games with a minimum of three hits and a home run in 25 plate appearances since his debut.
  • On 12th October 2015, he became the youngest shortstop to hit a home run in a playoff competition, as well as the second-youngest player to record a postseason multi-homer game.
  • He began the 2016 season by becoming the youngest player in the Astros' history to hit a home run on Opening Day.
  • He ended the season with a .274 batting average, a .361 on-base percentage, a .451 slugging percentage, 20 home runs, and 96 RBIs. Baseball-Reference.com calculated that Correa's 2016 season was worth 5.9 wins above replacement. 
  • He was selected to play in his first MLB All-Star Game, held at Marlins Park in Miami. 
  • He hit his first home run of the 2017 postseason against the Boston Red Sox in Game 2 of the American League Division Series on 6th October. 
  • He was placed on the 10-day disabled list on 28th June 2018 due to a back ailment. 
  • On 10th November he underwent surgery to fix a deviated septum, which caused breathing problems while running the bases. 
  • In his 2018 season, he batted .239/.323/.405 in 468 at-bats. 
  • He was placed on the injured list on May 29 after suffering a rib fracture during a massage at home
  • On 15th August, he hit his 100th career home run in a 7–6 loss to the Athletics at Oakland Coliseum.
  • He batted .264/.326/.383 with five home runs and 25 RBIs in 201 at-bats in 2020. 
  • On 4th July 2021, he was named a reserve to the MLB All-Star Game, his second career selection. 
  • On 21st September, he scored his 100th run on the season. 
  • He became the first Astro shortstop to ever score 100 runs in a season. 
  • In the year 2021, he batted .279/.366/.485 with 104 runs, 26 home runs, and 92 RBIs. 
  • He established career highs in home runs, with 104 runs scored and with 269 total bases, and tied his career-high with 75 walks.
  • On defense, he led the AL with +21 defensive runs saved (DRS) and ranked third among shortstops with 579 total chances, 384 assists, and a .981 fielding percentage. 
  • On 12th October, he moved into sixth all-time in postseason runs batted in (RBI) with 54 (tied with Albert Pujols) with his two-run single in Game 4 of the ALDS versus the Chicago White Sox. 
  • In-Game 6 of the World Series, he made his 73rd postseason start.
  • On 3rd November 2021, he was declared a free agent for the first time in his career. 
  • The Astros extended his a qualifying offer, valued at $18.4 million for a year but Carlos rejected it. 
  • Regarding his international career, he played for Puerto Rico in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. He batted .333 during the tournament, with three home runs, nine RBIs, 10 runs scored, and two stolen bases, including a home run in the semifinals.
  • Following the conclusion of the tournament, he was named to the 2017 All-World Baseball Classic team. 

Carlos Correa signs shocking deal with Minnesota Twins

Carlos Correa who helped lead the Houston Astros to the 2017 World Series title, has found an unexpected home: the Minnesota Twins. Instead of landing the massive long-term deal with the Astros, he agreed to join the rapidly rebuilding Twins on a three-year $105.3 million contract. The details of the contract were confirmed by a personal familiar with the negotiations who was not authorized to discuss it publicly because it was pending a physical examination. 

Awards and Achievements

  • 2× All-Star (2017, 2021)
  • World Series champion (2017)
  • AL Rookie of the Year (2015)
  • Gold Glove Award (2021)
  • Platinum Glove Award (2021)
  • Fielding Bible Award (2021)
  • All-World Baseball Classic Team (2017)

How much is Carlos Correa Net Worth 2022?

Carlos Correa is a renowned baseball shortstop who has made a huge fortune from his professional career. As of 2022, the net worth of Carlos is estimated to have $7 Million. He has struggled a lot to get to where is now. Back then, he signed with the Astros on June 7, 2012, agreeing to a $4.8 million signing bonus. His earnings after seven MLB seasons with Houston were $26.84 million. His main source of wealth is from baseball career and he is living a cool lifestyle at present. As of 2021, he is making an annual salary of $11,700,000 as per sources. At present, he is a free agent. He has also purchased his modern home in the Hyde Park neighborhood in 2017 for an undisclosed amount; it had previously been listed for $1.25 million. The home has four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and 3,657 square feet of living space. According to the news in US press, in 2016, the player had finalized the terms on a five-year agreement with the German company, Adidas. He was previously endorsing Nike when he was in the minor leagues. It expired during the off-season, and Nike refused to match the offer provided by Adidas.  

Who is Carlos Correa married to?

Carlos Correa is a married man to his beautiful long-term girlfriend, Daniella Rodriguez. After winning the 2017 World Series, Correa proposed to his girlfriend, Miss Texas USA 2016 Daniella Rodriguez, on national television. On 11th November 2019, Carlos and Daniella got married in a courthouse ceremony. Correa and Rodriguez announced on Instagram in June 2021 that they were expecting their first child. Their son was born on November 29, 2021. They also have two dogs named Groot and Rocket. His wife, Daniella crowned Miss Texas USA in 2016. As of now, she is the owner and founder of a cosmetic brand, sweetdbydc. She manufactures and sells cruelty-free, vegan, and paraben-free cosmetics. His residence is in the Montrose area. He is straight by sexuality. 

Carlos Correa with his wife and their son

Source: @instagram.com/teamcjcorrea

In addition, he is also involved in charity work, including helping children in Houston after Hurricane Harvey and his hometown in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria damaged the island in 2017. In March 2020, he donated $500,000 in medical equipment to help the city of Houston during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

How tall is Carlos Correa?

Carlos Correa is a cool baseballer with a tall standing height of 6 feet and 4 inches or 1.93 m. His body weight consists of 100 Kg or 200 Pounds. He has a batting average of .277, home runs (29), Runs batted in (87), stolen bases (19), and OPS of .855. His body type is athletic. His body measurement is 45-36-16 in (chest-waist-bicep). He has a pair of dark brown eyes and his hair color is light brown.  

Did You Know?

  • Correa is a raw food lover who survives primarily on fresh air, leafy greens, and the natural hearts of freshly slaughtered songbirds.
  • He doesn’t drink all of the time, but when he does, he drinks Dogfish Head Raison D’Etre.
  • He was selected by the Astros on June 4, 2021, as the first overall pick.
  • A non-profit organization called The Correa Family Foundation was founded by the Houston Astros player Carlos Correa and his family.
  • His spouse, Daniella Rodriguez crowned Miss Texas USA in 2016.