Carlos Correa is one of the best shortstops in MLB – on both sides of the ball – but I’m guessing after last night, even he’d tell you that luck plays a significant role in his success.
Watch as he makes a behind-the-back stop on a 101 MPH grounder in the top of the 9th inning, that leaves his teammates in tears of laughter:
— Houston Astros (@astros) August 16, 2018
Here is is again, with a few additional angles and slow-motion shots, as well as the chorus of Astros laughing at his luck:
Yeah, the dude’s good … but he’s not that good. The Astros are now 74-47, in first place of the NL West.