LOS ANGELES, CA (KTRK) -- Team USA and Puerto Rico will face off in the World Baseball Classic final tonight, thanks in part to two Houston Astros.
Shortstop Carlos Correa, sporting a new "do" blasted a 441 foot 2-run homer against Netherlands to lead Puerto Rico to the final against USA, who advanced to the final after reliever Luke Gregerson got the save against Japan.
Correa has three homeruns, nine RBI's and a batting average of .400 for Puerto Rico. Gregerson has two saves for the USA.
Correa along with other players for Puerto Rico, dyed his hair blonde. No word yet, on whether or not he'll keep that look for the Astros. null
Correa's monster blast leads Puerto Rico to final against USA