But on Monday, hours after the team touched down from Washington, the superstar shortstop and his fiancée, Daniella Rodriguez, used the World Series off day for a celebration bigger than baseball.
The couple returned to MD Anderson Cancer Center where they celebrated the birthday of young cancer patient Jalen Garcia, a student from Laredo, Texas.
Rodriguez posted a photo of she, Correa and the teenager to Instagram.
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY JALEN," the post read. "I thank God for bringing you into our lives."
Correa has become a regular visitor of MD Anderson this month. He similarly spent the day after he hit a game-winning home run in the AL Championship Series with Garcia. He visited once before that during the AL Division Series.
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Rodriguez said the ALCS walk-off home run was blasted with the teen in mind.
"He just whispered to him, 'The next home run that I hit is going to be for you. When you see me pointing up, I want you to know that I'm pointing at you,'" Rodriguez said.
Correa's commitment to Jalen and other young patients, including a boy named Truman, was also on full display during the World Series telecast. He had Jalen and Truman's names written on a Stand Up 2 Cancer sign that read "I fight for..." during a break in play in Game 4.
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