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Astros Promote Top Prospect Carlos Correa to Triple-A Fresno YORK) -- Houston Astros top prospect, shortstop Carlos Correa, was promoted to Triple-A Fresno.

Correa, 20, was the first overall pick of the 2012 amateur draft in 29 games with Double-A Corpus Christi. He hit .385 with seven home runs, 32 RBIs, 15 stolen bases, and a .459 on-base percentage this season.

"I'm going to go to Fresno to play good baseball and try to reach my goals and my dreams," Correa said to the Houston Chronicle. "You work your entire life to get at some point to the big leagues. To get one step closer means a lot."

Before the 2015 season began, ESPN's Keith Law rated Correa as the No. 3 prospect in baseball.

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Astros Top Prospect Carlos Correa Out Indefinitely with Ankle Injury

Major League Baseball(NEW YORK) -- The Houston Astros have had some great luck with their prospects this season, but they received some bad news regarding shortstop Carlos Correa as he will miss "a significant period of time" with an ankle injury.

Correa suffered the injury over the weekend while sliding into third base on a triple. He was then carted off the field.

It is unknown just how much time Correa will miss until he's evaluated by an ankle specialist.

“I expect by midweek we’ll have an update to report,” Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow told Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle. “We’re bringing him to Houston. We’ll have him see our specialist."

The 19-year-old Correa was the first-overall selection in the 2012 draft and has quickly emerged as one of the top prospects not only in the Astros system, but in all of baseball.

In 62 games this season for the Astros High-A Lancaster team, Correa is batting .325 with six home runs, 57 RBIs, and 20 steals.

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Carlos Correa Goes First in MLB Draft

Major League Baseball(SEACAUCUS, N.J.) -- The Houston Astros selected 17-year-old shortstop Carlos Correa with the first pick in the 2012 MLB Draft.

"I feel so excited to be the number one pick," Correa said to the MLB Network. "I worked hard to be here. Right now we are doing a great job to be here, and I feel proud and excited."

Correa become the first player from Puerto Rico to be picked first in the draft.

Correa was Houstons first pick in a draft since it drafted Phil Nevin first in 1992.

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