Carlos Correa congratulates Rays and Randy Arozarena in all caps message.
Houston Astros shortstop, Carlos Correa, isn’t going to the World Series this year. It’s been a bit of a hard year for the Astros (no one cares) due, in part, to the whole of the MLB hating them for cheating over the course of a few seasons. But Correa is showing his sportsmanship by congratulating the team that knocked them out of the playoffs … the Tampa Bay Rays.
Oh, and he did it in all caps like an absolute madman.
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CONGRATS TO RANDY AND THE TAMPA BAY RAYS. SUCH A GREAT SERIES, SO MUCH FUN. I MET RANDY LAST YEAR IN THE BATTING CAGES AT ROUNDROCK DURING MY REHAB ASSIGNMENT. I WAS IMPRESSED BY HIS ROUTINE, WORK ETHIC, AND THE LOUD NOISE OFF HIS BAT. WE ONLY GOT HIM OUT A FEW TIMES IN A 4 GAME SERIES THAT TIME. IT WAS NO DIFFERENT AT THE BIGGEST STAGE IN BASEBALL. SUCCESS LIKE HIS DOESNT COME BY ACCIDENT. HE’S BEEN WORKING ON HIS CRAFT FOR BIG MOMENTS LIKE THIS. KEEP SHINING BROTHER 👊🏽
“Congrats to Randy and the Tampa Bay Rays,” he wrote in all caps, to probably annoy us all one last time. “Such a great series, so much fun. I met Randy last year in the batting cages at Round Rock during my rehab assignment. I was impressed by his routine, work ethic, and the loud noise off his bat. We only got him out a few times in a 4 game series that time. It was no different at the biggest stage in baseball. Success like his doesn’t come by accident. He’s been working on his craft for big moments like this. Keep shining brother.”
It appears as though Correa might have a man-crush on Randy Arozarena too now that we think about it.
The Rays will be facing whoever wins the Dodgers vs. Braves Game 7 on Sunday.