Carlos Correa becomes the first Twins player to hit a home run against a former…

Watch: Carlos Correa Hits First Twins Hr Against Former Astros Teammate

Carlos Correa becomes the first Twins player to hit a home run against a former Astros teammate.

Fans of the Minnesota Twins will be thrilled to see Carlos Correa hit his first home run with his new team.

The Carlos Correa era with the Minnesota Twins has taken off, and the fans are loving it. Many thought he’d end up in New York, Atlanta, or re-sign with the Astros, but the AL Central team surprised everyone by signing him to a three-year deal.

Minnesota, on the other hand, was victorious in the sweepstakes. At the end of a spring training game on Tuesday, Correa put on a display by hitting his first home run for the Twins. That home run was hit by lefty Brooks Raley, a former Houston teammate of Correa’s.

Carlos Correa’s first home run had the Minnesota Twins ecstatic

Correa’s home run was a no-brainer, and that’s why Minnesota spent so much money to get him to town. Correa inked a three-year, $105 million contract with the Twins earlier this month, and fans have been eager for him to make an impact on the team since then.

Correa is known for his incredible power and is without a doubt one of the best shortstops in the game. On Tuesday, it was on full show against the Tampa Bay Rays. Correa made Raley pay for delivering a pitch right down Main Street.

With the addition of Correa, the Twins have signaled that they are ready to make a big impact in the division. When a player of Correa’s level is added to a team, it makes fans all throughout the city even more excited for Opening Day.

The Twins will have to fight hard to win the division and advance far in the postseason, but Correa has given them reason to be optimistic. He’ll be ready to live up to the hype when Game 1 of the new campaign arrives.