The Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa wasn't in the starting lineup for the second time in 50-plus games on Sunday. Entering Sunday, he was batting .103 (3x29) in his last seven games and .217 (23x106) during the month of May
But it didn't take long for Correa to find is grove back. He did just that in the 13th inning on Sunday.
Correa stepped to the late for Tony Kemp against Mike Morian. The count was 2-1 when Morian threw a 69 MPH changeup, Correa skied the ball just over the left-center field wall for a three-run home run -- the home run lifted the Astros to the win.
Correa was back in the starting lineup on Monday. At the plate, he was 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Correa robbed the Diamondbacks' Yasmany Tomas of a base hit in the fifth inning. Correa dove hard to his right, extending to full stretch for the ball.