Published: Mon, November 06, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Baseball star Carlos Correa celebrates title win by proposing to girlfriend

Baseball star Carlos Correa celebrates title win by proposing to girlfriend

On Wednesday night, the Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 7 of the 2017 World Series. Just won the World Series, .and now I'm engaged.

"I've got the best of both worlds when it comes to you know living the American way but having my Mexican culture", she said in a YouTube video released on May 15, 2016.

"(Winning the World Series) is one of the biggest steps of my life. A World Series win is a major event for any team in Major League Baseball, but for the Astros, it was particularly significant. Even Correa's teammates were in on the scheme: Carlos Beltran, the Astros' 40-year-old slugger, helped the 23-year-old shortstop pick out the ring.

In the middle of a TV interview after the Astros' victorious Game 7, Correa got down on one knee and asked his girlfriend Daniella Rodriguez to marry him.

So what did Carlos say when it came to planning the whole proposal?

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As for the ring: You'll be happy to know that Correa was not, in fact, carrying it around with him while he was patrolling shortstop at Dodger Stadium.

"I can't really explain it, pretty cool", Gooch said about his experience Friday. "I'm glad Plan A worked because I didn't have a Plan B", he joked to Daly.

Meanwhile, Rodriguez didn't have the slightest idea that her love was planning to pop the question.

"It was something that I never imagined him doing, especially there", she said. "I was laser-focused on just playing baseball that she would have never thought I was going to propose at that point".

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