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Astros Crawfish Boil: October 27, 2015

Correa, Correa, Correa.

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Astros News

Peers name Astros' Correa Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year | FOX Sports
Carlos Correa received some high accolades on Monday.

AL players vote Correa rookie of the year - Houston Chronicle
A day before he debuts as a social media correspondent at the World Series, Astros shortstop Carlos Correa received the first of what could be multiple rookie of the year awards. Correa, 21, was named the Sporting News' American League Rookie of the Year, as selected by AL players. Correa was the youngest position player in the majors upon making his debut June 8 against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field. Astros righthander Lance McCullers, the Astros' second selection in the 2012 draft in which Correa went first overall, earned two votes. Correa hit .279 while leading AL rookies with 22 home runs and a .512 slugging percentage. Bagwell, who earned the prize in 1991, is the only Astros player who has won the Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year Award. Correa will transition to a media role for the first four games of the World Series between the Royals and Mets.

Sporting News MLB awards 2015: Astros' Carlos Correa voted AL Rookie of the Year
Astros SS Carlos Correa is Sporting News' 2015 American League Rookie Player of the Year, as selected by a panel of 176 AL players. SN has given out Rookie of the Year awards since 1946.

Around MLB

It's Matt Harvey vs. Edinson Volquez in Game 1 of the World Series - SBNation.com
Tuesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the start of the World Series, baseball's trouble with diversity hirings, and a new direction for a former GM.

The worst commercials of the 2015 MLB postseason - SBNation.com
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Remembering the last time the Mets played in Kansas City - Amazin' Avenue
The Mets have made just one previous trip to Kauffman Stadium, the site of Game 1 of the World Series. Prepare for flashbacks of bad Mets teams.