Carlos Correa played with Yuli Gurriel's hair in the dugout after Gurriel's double, and it was precious
The Astros had a successful top half of the sixth inning on Tuesday during the Yankees' 6-4 win of Game 4 of the American League Championship Series presented by Camping World. Much of this came courtesy of Yuli Gurriel, who jacked a line drive to left field for a three-run double.
Although Gurriel was thrown out between second and third, the hit scored George Springer, Josh Reddick and Jose Altuve. As Gurriel took a bit of a break in the dugout following the hit, teammate Carlos Correa was there to greet him. He didn't give him the standard high-five, or even a hug. Instead, Correa spotlighted Gurriel's most known attribute -- his hair.
Yep, Correa ran his fingers through Gurriel's mane and the results were priceless:
How can you blame him? When you have a beautiful head of hair like that, it needs to be appreciated.
Tune in to Game 5 of the ALCS presented by Camping World on Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. ET on FS1.