So Altuve’s first excuse for not taking off his jersey was that his wife would be upset. Now Carlos Correa is saying it was because of an unfinished tattoo. Baseball needs to reopen its investigation now.
Carlos Correa says Altuve didn’t want jersey ripped off because of a tattoo on his collarbone. The internet remains undefeated
Carlos Correa says Jose Altuve never cheated and that he didn’t want his jersey removed after the walk-off because “he’s got an unfinished tattoo on his collarbone that honestly looked terrible,” per @Ken_Rosenthal
Carlos Correa addressing the 2017 ALCS against the Yankees: "They scored one run in the first game, one run in the second game, they scored one run in Game 6 and they scored no runs in Game 7. If you expect to win with three runs in four games, you’re out of your mind."
Carlos Correa on some reasons why he says Cody Bellinger is wrong incl: “Game 7 he throws the ball away in the 1st inning & we score two runs. We win game 7 on the road because they left (10) guys on base & you’re telling..the fans we cheated u out of a World Series championship”
Multiple things that Carlos Correa said in his interview on MLB Network were proven to be false. Maybe he should take his own advice.
Carlos Correa had strong words in response to Cody Bellinger and defends the 2018 and 2019 Astros.
Carlos Correa on Kurt Suzuki
Anytime Carlos Correa opens his mouth
Carlos Correa lets it eat. The opening statement.
Carlos Correa has, in one swoop, made Cody Bellinger, Dodgers fans, and the national media all look stupid.
JOSE ALTUVE: Wait, what did you say?
CARLOS CORREA: You need to get a bad tattoo.
JOSE ALTUVE: What? No. I don’t want to.
CARLOS CORREA: You kinda hafta now. On your collarbone. A really shitty one.
JOSE ALTUVE: No, I don-
CARLOS CORREA: Like today. I’ll drive you.
Gonna be a real shame when Carlos Correa gets drilled in the back on opening day
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa rips Cody Bellinger, passionately defends José Altuve and says the Astros deserve their 2017 title.
His interview with @Ken_Rosenthal
Credit to @Ken_Rosenthal
for pressing Carlos Correa when he was trying to maintain that cheating was isolated to just 2017. Correa deflects by saying that there was no trash can in 2018 or 2019. That doesn't mean that the Astros didn't use other methods to steal and relay signs.
Ok after watching Ken Rosenthal interview Carlos Correa I take back what I said about this guy. I thought he was a stand up guy addressin the buzzers. I also thought it was right of him to defend Carlos Beltran.
But nah...this...this ain't it bro. Another L for the Astros. 🔊🔛
Carlos Correa literally tells Cody Bellinger to shut the fuck up. Those were his exact words.
I couldn’t think of a worse group of individuals than the Houston Astros.
Carlos Correa “We won fair and square”... Jake Olson “I have 20/20 vision” #AstrosCheat
It's probably worth noting Carlos Correa is one of the smartest players on the Astros roster. Just from a brain-power standpoint, he rises above most. He's dissecting multiple elements of this saga without as much of a pause in this MLB Network interview. Not surprising.
Carlos Correa pulled every receipt and showed everyone and their brother why the #Dodgers are two time World Series losers. Let the LA city council resolve that Cody Bellinger is a watery-eyed bitch and motion for the entire City of Los Angeles to eat a bag of dicks.
Carlos Correa is a b*tch pass it on
Just so we clear, Cody Bellinger would fold Carlos Correa in half.
Carlos Correa asegura en The Athletic que José Altuve no se aprovechó del sistema de trampa de los Astros en 2017, que se molestaba cuando hacían eso en sus turnos y que su MVP es legítimo. También explica por qué no se dejó quitar el jersey tras el HR a Chapman en los playoffs. https://t.co/MZBzO1Rhgz
Carlos Correa reiterates the #Astros didn’t violate the rules in 2019 & says Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki’s allegations the Astros were cheating during the 2019 World Series have no merit: “All the players now are above the lawyers MLB is using, above the Commissioner’s report.” https://t.co/WEiooBvspl
Carlos Correa’s comments almost made Bellinger look as stupid as he did in the 2017 World Series