Puerto Rican Carlos Correa and Venezuelan José Altuve continue to make themselves felt in the postseason on the verge of a setback and hold on to some of the most important individual leaderships in the history of October baseball.
a la victory of the Stars by 10-1 on the White Socks on Tuesday afternoon, which sealed the team’s move to the American League Championship Series for the fifth straight season, Correa put them up in the 3rd inning of SDLA Game 4 at the Guaranteed Rate Field with a two-stroke dual impeller. In this way, he equaled the Dominican Albert Pujols as the leader among the active players with 54 lines towed in the postseason.
Correa connected a high straight from Carles Rodón with two outs on the board and full bases, sending the ball in line to the depth of left field, putting up the Stars 2-1 at this time, an advantage they would not lose the rest in the afternoon.
The 27-year-old torpedo player, who has played 67 postseason games in his career, now only has Puerto Rican Bernie Williams (80), the Dominican Manny Ramírez (78) on the lifelong list of trailers in playoff games. , David Justice (63), Derek Jeter (61) and the Dominican David Ortiz (61).
Altuve, meanwhile, connected to the ninth inning his 19th home run in postseason games. The beating helped him to equal the fourth place of all time in the department with Pujols and his former teammate George Springer, with whom he now also shares the historic ranking of the Stars. The player who has given the most home runs in the playoffs is Ramirez with 29, followed by Williams (22) and Derek Jeter (20).
It was a productive afternoon for Altuve, who went 5-3, with 4 runs scored, 3 pushes, a double and a ball hit, in addition to the home run. Now, he has 58 scored in October duels, placing next to Chipper Jones in 5th place. Derek Jeter is the all-time leader with 111. He is followed by Williams (83), Ramirez (67) and Kenny Lofton. (65).