Carlos Correa is hit on the right wrist by a pitch and leaves the game against Arizona

Carlos Correa is hit on the right wrist by a pitch and leaves the game against Arizona

Carlos Correa He received a hit on his right wrist this Thursday and left the game in the seventh inning of the Minnesota Twins’ 13-6 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The good news is that the Puerto Rican does not have a fracture in his wrist, after undergoing medical examinations. The team reported that he will be evaluated day by day.

Correa was hit by a 94-mile pitch from right-handed reliever Bryce Jarvis and immediately reacted in pain and went to the dugout. Correa was 1-1 with two free walks and two runs scored in the game.

Correa is having a dream month of June, hitting .388 with 19 RBIs.

He has played in 63 of the team’s 81 games this season. In mid-April, Correa was placed on the disabled list with an oblique injury.

On the season, Correa is batting .309 with eight home runs, 38 RBIs and an .873 OPS.

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