Carlos Correa is experiencing something that he’s not completely accustomed to this October.
After seven years with the Houston Astros, Correa was most recently a member of the Minnesota Twins, who fell short of the postseason this year.
As a result of this, Correa has taken up a role as an MLB analyst on TBS.
He’s been on pregame and postgame shows and has shared his deep knowledge of the game with some of the best baseball minds.
Correa turned 28 years old yesterday, and while he’ll be a rich man very soon, one MLB writer seems to think that his role as an analyst could be great fit once his playing days are over, referring to him as “a natural.”
Carlos Correa is a natural in this analyst role. Just turned 28, by the way. Sharp dude.
— David O'Brien (@DOBrienATL) October 21, 2022
Correa Tries His Hand As An Analyst
Correa certainly has provided some great insight.
He could end up taking on this role when his career is over.
He’s quite good at it and he isn’t the first player to try something like this.
Adam Wainwright also tried broadcasting a few times after his St. Louis Cardinals were eliminated in years past.
Correa sure doesn’t seem like he’s new to this role.
After all, several former players are a part of these pregame and postgame crews.
He certainly looks like a natural as an analyst.
We can only hope he’ll continue to do this if he ever misses the postseason again.
He can play a solid shortstop, but can also break down the game like a professional.