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Carlos Correa hustled to score all the way from second ... on a wild pitch

In a little over one year in the big leagues, Carlos Correa has made this whole baseball thing look awfully easy: He's won an AL Rookie of the Year Award, blasted 36 homers in 184 total games and even taken casual photos with LeBron James ... all before his 22nd birthday. 

With nothing but success in his brief Major League career, it'd be understandable for Correa to maybe take it easy every now and then. He's been able to buy a beer for all of 10 months and is already one of the best shortstops in baseball, so it's not like he has all that much to prove ... except, well, no one told Correa that. Instead, he's scoring from second on a wild pitch -- and no, that's not hyperbole:


Correa finished 2-for-4 on the night, with two RBIs and one run scored in the Astros' 7-3 win over the Mariners. Did we mention he's not even 22 yet?